A Meriden resident who helped support a protest camp for 1088 days was brought to tears today as it was dismantled following the eviction of the gypsies who occupied the land.
She told ITV News Central she was 'glad and sad at the same time'.
The Chairman of the protest group, Meriden RAID, said the village will 'remain united and the friendships and bonds will continue'.
Meriden green belt protesters have maintained their vigil to protest against an illegal gypsy site for 1000 days.
Villagers protesting against an illegal gypsy site near Solihull say they won't take down their protest camp.