A caravan was destroyed and a number of chickens are missing following an arson attack at an allotment.
Fire crews were called to a plot on Heys Allotments in Oswaldtwistle after a small rubbish fire was started deliberately.
The blaze spread across the plot and engulfed the caravan which contained straw bales and other equipment.
The owner of the allotment, who did not want to be named, said break-ins are an ongoing problem.
She said: “I'm sick of it. The caravan is completely gone and some of my chickens are missing.
“I don't know if they have been killed or not.
“I have racing pigeons on there and some have got smoke in their lungs. We also have stock pigeons which have gone and when they go they don't come back.
“We had some break-ins a couple of months ago and it's an ongoing problem.”
John Taylor, Lancashire Fire and Rescue spokesman, said the incident happened at around 11.20pm on Monday, November 18.
He said: “Nine firefighters went there after some rubbish had been set alight.
“The fire tore through the allotment and there was a caravan on their which was engulfed by the flames.
“ There were also some chickens that were in danger and had to be rescued. We believe the fire was started deliberately.”
Lancashire Police said they are investigating.