FIXED penalty notices were issued and cars towed away after summer solstice celebrations at Glastonbury Tor.

Avon and Somerset Police and Highways are continuing to review the situation - particularly along Stonedown Lane.

However, the Multi-Agency Group (MAG), who consists of Avon & Somerset Police, Somerset County Council, Glastonbury Town Council and Mendip District Council, said many visitors 'stayed within the law'.

"It is, however, disappointing to receive reports of anti-social behaviour and illegal parking taking place this weekend from a small minority of revellers," said a spokesperson for MAG.

"It is vital that if criminal activity is happening - for example drug use, intimidation, emergency vehicles not being able to get access – contact the police on 101 or 999 if it is an emergency."

There are also vandalised clearway signs on Stonedown Lane, which will be replaced by June 28, with parking enforcement in place after this.

Wells MP James Heappey said he, and many in the community, were concerned the solstice celebrations would be 'let down' by illegal encampments and anti-social behaviour.

“I raised these concerns with the appropriate agencies last week and so it is with huge disappointment that it seems all of our fears have come to pass," he said.

“Glastonbury is a diverse, open, and tolerant community but those who refuse to live by the law are trying the patience of the vast majority of residents in the town.

"When I meet with the MAG on Friday, I will be demanding an even more robust approach.”

MAG is working to find long term solution to unauthorised encampments. They are working with stakeholders to identify long term, sustainable and successful resolutions, which 'will be shared shortly'.

To contact MAG, email or phone 0300 123 2224.