Several fires in the Manning were attended to by crews this past week

On the scene: The view of the fire from Koolah Creek Road. The Lansdowne Rural Fire Service were joined by other crews to control the blaze. Photo: Lansdowne Rural Fire Service.

On the scene: The view of the fire from Koolah Creek Road. The Lansdowne Rural Fire Service were joined by other crews to control the blaze. Photo: Lansdowne Rural Fire Service.

Fire crews have endured a busy week of bushfires across the area.

On Sunday, August 6, Lansdowne Rural Fire Brigade attended to a bushfire on Koolah Creek Road, Langley Vale.

Upon assessment, the crew was able to tie the western front of the fire in but required assistance from other crews to establish containment lines.

Fire crews attended to a fire at Pampoolah on Monday, August 8. A storage shed and two hectares of grass were burnt through. Photo: David Carroll.

Fire crews attended to a fire at Pampoolah on Monday, August 8. A storage shed and two hectares of grass were burnt through. Photo: David Carroll.

The 33 hectare blaze was brought under control and was still being attended to by Rural Fire Service crews on Tuesday, August 8.

Earlier in the week, the crew attended to a grass bushfire in the Lansdowne State Forest.

Meanwhile, fire service crews attended to a shed fire at Malcolms Road, Pampoolah on Monday, August 7.

The fire burnt through two hectares of grass as well as a storage shed. 

Lansdowne captain and senior deputy captain working away at the back burning operation to stop the spread of the western finger of the fire.

Lansdowne captain and senior deputy captain working away at the back burning operation to stop the spread of the western finger of the fire.

On Tuesday, August 8, a grass fire at Caffreys Flat, north west of Taree, was attended to by fire crews while an under control fire in the Bago Bluff National Park (in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region) continued to be monitored after starting this past weekend.