* Fire control centre.
* Picture of the fire scene taken earlier this afternoon.
* Food delivery on the road this afternoon.
2.15pm UPDATE ...
Cllr Issy Richards has just returned from taking a consignment of supplies to the crews.
She said: "Fires still smouldering but rain has helped, firefighters still hard at the work."
* A statement just received from Denbighshire County Council says:
“On Friday night, the escalating fire meant that the Council was placed on high alert to take immediate action if necessary.
“The Council’s countryside service teams have been working closely with fire and rescue service colleagues throughout the week and the weekend to tackle the fire.
“Fire crews, assisted by the Council’s countryside service teams have been making good progress in their efforts to distinguish the fire and the rain has certainly assisted the efforts.
“The Council has put arrangements for a rest centre in place, should the need arise. However, in light of the improving situation, the Council has been given permission to stand down its rest centre arrangements. The situation will be closely monitored and we will be informed if the need for a rest centre arises again."
The team taking supplies to the fire crews battling the blaze on the mountainsides near Llangollen say they are now looking for extra help.
Llangollen's deputy mayor, Cllr Issy Richards, who is helping to co-ordinate the delivery efforts, said: "So far there have been a handful of helpers to collect and deliver hot food at 1pm and 7pm to the firefighters at various points.
"We are now looking for extra help, as the situation may be ongoing throughout the week.
"If anyone can help please let us know and we will contact you via Messenger.
"What are needed are two people in a vehicle who can collect hot food from Llangollen and deliver, probably to the Llandegla roundabout."
Please contact the team via the Llangollen Noticeboard page on Facebook.