FIREFIGHTERS battled a blaze in the early hours of this morning at Stafford's Salvation Army centre.
Crews spent more than three hours tackling the blaze at the building in Faraday Road.
Three crews and one aerial ladder platform attended the scene at just after 2.30am this morning and left at 6am.
The fire has caused extensive damage to the building and an investigation into its cause is ongoing said a Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman. "No-one was injured in the blaze."
Officers are due to return this afternoon to reinspect the building.