A fire close to the Educare centre in March thankfully did not reach it.
Two of the three fires that ravaged the Cape Peninsula in March this year were deliberately started, while a third - the largest of the three - was probably started accidentally by some vagrants.
This is according to a forensic investigation report released on Thursday by the City of Cape Town.
Forensic investigator Dr David Klatzow said that he found clear evidence that the main fire had started at the top of Pecks Valley above St James.
He said a partially burnt blanket and two lighters indicated that this was where the fire had started.