Fire at Ed Sheeran's Suffolk Mansion Tamed in Less Than Two Hours
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Offering details of the January 25 incident, a fire service spokesman says that three engines from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were sent to put out the building fire.

AceShowbiz - A fire broke out at Ed Sheeran's Suffolk home on Friday morning, January 25.

Firefighters in the English county were called out to Ed's mansion in Framlingham, the town he grew up in.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service personal were able to put out the flames quickly, with no reports of any injuries.

"Suffolk firefighters were called to a small building fire at 7.33am this morning," a fire service spokesman said, reports the East Anglian Daily Times. "Three engines were sent to the incident, from Framlingham, Saxmundham and Halesworth."

"Crews extinguished the fire quickly and then ventilated the area of heavy smoke. The incident was closed at 8.55am."

The "Shape of You" singer is currently renovating his Framlingham estate, with plans recently approved for him to add a walled garden with a seating area and room for fruit trees, flower beds and a $28,000 (£21,500) greenhouse to his garden.

It comes after the star ran into planning problems when he tried to build a private chapel on his land. The idea was rejected over fears it would disturb colonies of great crested newts, a protected species under British law.

Ed lives with longtime love Cherry Seaborn. The pair are rumoured to have tied the knot last year.

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