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South Holland farmers warned about risk of illegal raves




Farmers and land owners in South Holland are being warned to watch out for illegal raves in the area during the summer.

It follows an unlicensed music event earlier this month in Holbeach St Matthew at a beauty spot used by cyclists, dog walkers and ramblers.

Police are advising rural communities to make sure barns and outbuildings are locked and to report any unusual or suspicious activity taking place on farmland.

Rubbish left at a beauty spot in Holbeach St Matthew where an illegal rave took place earlier this month.
Rubbish left at a beauty spot in Holbeach St Matthew where an illegal rave took place earlier this month.

Other advice includes ensuring that bookings for venue hire are checked, with full contact details taken, to restrict access to land where possible and notify farm workers of the need to report unusual or suspicious activity to the police on the non-emergency 101 number.


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