More than 100 firefighters from West and South Yorkshire were fighting large moorland blazes.

One was at Ilkley Moor while the second was close to Ladybower reservoir in the Peak District, south of Holme Moss.

Derbyshire Fire Service said crews from Hathersage, Matlock, Glossop, New Mills, Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Chesterfield and Rivelin stations are involved in the Ladybower operation.

The fire at Ilkley Moor - credit @jasondowling91

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A spokesman said: “Firefighters are currently dealing with a large moorland fire near Derwent Lane, Bamford near Ladybower Reservoir.”

Roads in the area, which is popular with tourists, have been shut by police.

In West Yorkshire, crews from three stations were called to the moor at Wells Road, Iklley.

Specialist wildlife officers also joined the firefighting operation.

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The fires follow a major blaze on the moors above Stalybridge last night with the smoke seen over Huddersfield.

Fire crews were called to the blaze shortly after 9pm on Sunday.

Huge blaze on moors above Stalybridge last night

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One resident told our sister paper the M.E.N : “Luckily the wind is blowing the fire away from the houses.

“But the whole hillside is up in flames. It’s absolutely thick, black smoke and there’s a really strong smell in the air.

“The wind is blowing the smoke towards Ashton and Oldham. The wind is causing major problems.”

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said the grass fires have since been extinguished.

However, the team were also at the scene of another moorland blaze at Dovestones Reservoir, Saddleworth.

The spokesman said crews have been at the scene since 3am, but the fire is understood to not be as serious as the earlier blaze.