Firefighters have been called to three separate blazes across Barnet today.

The first call came in during the very early hours of this morning.

London Fire Brigade received a call at 1.11am to a property in Barford Close in Hendon.

Four fire engines attended and around 25 firefighters from Hendon, Mill Hill, and Finchley.

The property affected was a house which had been converted into flats.

Two people had managed to escape the property before the fire brigade arrived and there were no reports of any injuries.

A garden shed was destroyed in the fire and part of an extension at the rear of the house was also damaged.

The fire was under control just after 2am. The cause of the fire is unknown at this stage.

At around lunchtime today, roughly 25 firefighters were called to a fire in Hatherleigh Close in Mill Hill.

London Fire Brigade received 19 999 calls at around 12.40pm and sent crews from Mill Hill, Hendon, and West Hampstead to the scene.

One garden shed was destroyed and part of the garden fencing, plants, and guttering on the side of the house was damaged.

The flames were under control by 1.45pm and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

Later in the afternoon, four fire engines went to Park Hall Road in East Finchley.

It was because of a house fire - the whole of a life conversion and a large part of the roof were completely destroyed.

Part of the first floor of the house was also damaged.

It took just over two hours to get the fire under control, which was at 5pm.

Crews from Finchley and Hornsey attended.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.