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Police urge public to 'keep an eye out' for illegal raves

Cars parked near field for illegal rave.

Northamptonshire Police has asked the public to 'keep an eye out' for illegal raves during the Bank Holiday weekend.

They are warning such events could lead to a spike in antisocial behaviour in normally quiet rural communities.

The force says raves can be more difficult to clear once they have started, so it is vital that people report any concerns as soon as possible.

“In many cases those people who are looking to set-up a rave will visit the proposed site a couple of days before the event and I would urge anyone who spots any suspicious activity in their village, along a country road or around farmland to let us know.”

– Northamptonshire Police spokesperson

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Weekend Picks: Knickerbocker Glorious

  • Artistic talent from around Derbyshire will be celebrated this weekend in Derby’s Cathedral Quarter.
Local singer-songwriter Amy Illingworth will be among those performing. Credit: J.J. Beardsley Photography

The Knickerbocker Glorious show will see musicians, comedians, poets and dancers take to the stage at the Fountain area in Cathedral Quarter Derby. Live performances are free to watch and suitable for all the family.

Knickerbocker Glorious events will take place every 3rd Saturday of the month produced by Cathedral Quarter Derby and the Derbyshire arts organisation Furthest From The Sea.

We are thrilled to launch another season of events working with Cathedral Quarter Derby, having provided performance opportunities to over 100 different acts last year.

– Dan Webber, Furthest From The Sea’s events coordinator

For prices, opening times and more information visit: http://www.furthestfromthesea.co.uk

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