More than 370 holidays have reportedly been offered to firefighters in the Grenfell Tower Holiday Appeal.

They range from breaks in the UK to trips to Portugal, Cyprus, mainland Spain and the Canary Islands.

The free holidays for traumatised firefighters who witnessed the horrific Glenfell Tower blaze in which at least 80 people were killed last month have been crowd-sourced by members of the public via Facebook.

Campaign co-organiser Angie Mays, from Ilfracombe in Devon, set up the campaign with friend and volunteer Kay Gilbert.

The first firefighter family to be offered a holiday will stay in a cottage in West Yorkshire for a week this month.

The short-stay offers have come mainly from small businesses, B&Bs and guesthouses across the UK, but also in Spain and Cyprus, Mays told Mail Online.

Other firefighter families are also in the process of taking up offers, she added.

Separate Facebook groups have been also set up to provide holidays in Cornwall and the Highlands.

Mays has set up a JustGiving page to help cover travel and food costs for those taking up the holiday offers.