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The police are fighting to end the illegal rave in the Forest of Dean


Police are fighting to end the illegal rave in the Forest of Dean and warn that it will take "some time" for the crowns of the lockdown revelers to be cleared

  • The Gloucestershire Constabulary says that "large numbers" of people in the area are for "rave".
  • The officers are at the beauty spot near the speculation parking lot and distribute night owls
  • Police chiefs today warn that "it will probably take some time" to resolve the incident

The police are in a fight this morning to end an illegal rave at a well-known beauty site after a "large" number of lockdown parties gathered last night.

Officers say it will likely take "some time" for the unlicensed party that took place overnight in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, to be dissolved.

People are advised to avoid the beauty spot, one of England's surviving ancient forests, as the police try to disperse the night owls.

The Gloucestershire police said in a tweet: “The police are currently in the Forest of Dean near the speculative car park and are giving out a rave.

"For security and Covid risks, people are advised not to visit the area."

Officers say it will likely take "some time" for the unlicensed party that took place overnight in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, to be dissolved

They added that it would "probably take some time" to resolve the incident.

A spokesman for the Gloucestershire Constabulary said the operation was "relatively successful" and "ended".

No arrests have yet been made, although details of the arrests are expected to be released today.

Meetings of more than 30 people are still banned in England as part of government blocking measures.

Unlicensed raves are illegal under the 1990 Entertainment (Increased Penalties) Act.

Those who host such events could be fined up to £ 20,000.

The Forest of Dean-Rave has followed a series of similar events since the closure.

Last month were two men arrested after two 15-year-old boys were stabbed at a rave in Westcliff, Essex.

The Essex police were called on yesterday at 7 p.m. to report a large group of people fighting in the Chalkwell Esplanade near Chalkwell station, including some with weapons

The Essex police were called on yesterday at 7 p.m. to report a large group of people fighting in the Chalkwell Esplanade near Chalkwell station, including some with weapons

One of the 15-year-olds was injured in the head and leg while the other was stabbed in the arm. Your injuries are not considered life-threatening

One of the 15-year-olds was injured in the head and leg while the other was stabbed in the arm. Your injuries are not considered life-threatening

One of the 15-year-olds was injured in the head and leg while the other was stabbed in the arm. Your injuries are not considered life-threatening

For security reasons, the police ran away from aggressive crowds that bottle them during an illegal rave in June in south London.

Shocking body cam shots released by the Metropolitan Police last month showed bottles and others to members of the group who fled for cover after furious jobs began during an illegal rave on a Brixton property on June 25 To shoot objects at them.

The scenes in which 22 officers were injured and police vehicles were smashed came after figures released by the police showed that around 530 illegal raves had been organized across London last month.

Yesterday, the police closed a parking lot for a beauty spot in Greater Manchester after it was reported that someone had planned a "major event".

Due to the gathering, officials had limited access to a parking lot at Sale Water Park near Sale.

Although the Greater Manchester police did not disclose details of the event, reports on social media indicate that it may have been a dog meeting, the Manchester Evening News reports.

A post on GMP Trafford South's Facebook page said: “The police temporarily closed the parking lot at Sale Water Park because someone was planning a major event. Please avoid the area. & # 39;

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