Police have hailed this year's summer solstice celebrations at Stonehenge a "great success" after there were far fewer arrests than in previous years.
– Superintendent Matt Pullen, Wiltshire Police
Solstice 2013 has been a great success with approximately 21,000 people celebrating in the positive, friendly atmosphere as they waited for sunrise.
The majority of people respected the conditions of entry and the amnesty bins provided were used.
Approximately 70 cannabis street warnings were issued. As with previous years, the passive drugs dogs proved very effective.
Around 22 people were taken into custody, mainly in relation to drugs offences.
Watch video of the celebrations on the ITV Meridian website.
Thousands of people have been celebrating the summer solstice - the longest day of the year - at Stonehenge in Wiltshire. It marks the official start of the summer.
A Google Doodle featuring an animation of five swimmers bobbing in and out of water as a wave splashes over them has been launched to celebrate the summer solstice.
Crowds are trying to catch a glimpse of the sun rise over Stonehenge for the summer solstice. 12,000 people have attended the event to mark the start of summer, police have said.
Wiltshire Police are urging crowds to stay safe during this year's summer solstice. They also say drunk people will be refused entry to Stonehenge.
Crowds are gathering for this year's summer solstice at Stonehenge. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year and the beginning of the summer season.