Rare cattle egrets have bred successfully in Somerset. It is only the second time ever that this has happened in the UK.
The exotic birds are members of the heron family and have adopted a 70-acre wetland at Ham Wall nature reserve near Glastonbury.
The site is also home the majority of the UK's breeding great white egrets, another bird that has colonised the UK in the past five years.
There have been five nests of cattle egrets on site, producing 11 youngsters.
A man was arrested during the Glastonbury 2017 weekend on suspicion of fraud.
He was found to be selling fake festival wristbands at Castle Cary station in Somerset.
The event attracts around 175,000 visitors during the 5 day event
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This year’s Glastonbury Festival had one of the lowest levels of crime.
Avon and Somerset Police's current figures show that reported crime is likely to be as low as last year, which had the smallest amount of crime at any previous festival.
"Firstly, I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended this year’s festival – your support and friendliness towards my officers and staff was phenomenal."
"The festival goers’ reaction to our policing operation and style was incredible – my teams were overwhelmed by the positive response they got."
"We work incredibly hard with the event organisers and security teams each year to make sure we have everything covered and this year is testament to how well we work together."
"We can’t wait to see you back on the farm in 2019."
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