A derelict outbuilding in Angmering was destroyed after a fire broke out at the property yesterday (Saturday April 2).
The cause of the blaze at the building in Mayflower Way remains under investigation.
Firefighters received multiple calls to the disused outbuilding, mesauring 30m by 10m, at about 4.20pm.
Four fire engines - three from Worthing and one from Littlehampton - were sent to the scene, as well as a control unit from Bognor.
Crews used eight breathing apparatus, two jets and foam to tackle the flames.
Firefighters stood down at 7.30pm, but the building had been destroyed by the fire.
The building was later reinspected, but the scene was ruled safe and crews closed the call at about 10.15pm.
No one was injured in the incident.
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