Police had to set up roadblocks to shut down a weekend-long rave in Herefordshire.
More than 100 cars attended the free party held on a site on Vaga Hill in the village of Dorstone.
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It's reported that police had to stop access to roads around the party, which took place on Easter weekend, but that ravers still found a way in via back roads and by being dropped off in taxis.
Local residents say they saw a "cavalcade" of cars making their way to the rave at one point as well as being able to hear "every beat of music" on the morning of Easter Sunday.
By lunchtime on the day BBC reports that 150 ravers were dancing to one soundsystem.
Another local news report says that a dog disturbed nearby sheep and that a farmer threatened to shoot any dogs that chased his sheep.
Organisers of illegal raves face fines of up to £10,000, following government rules brought in during August to deter gatherings of more than 30 people.