Hundreds of people gathered at Avebury Stone Circle and at the Ridgeway to mark the summer solstice.

People from all backgrounds had gathered for the event, despite warnings from the police and council to celebrate "safely and where possible from home".

Official access to both Stonehenge and Avebury, which is about 24 miles (38km) away, has been stopped due to Covid.

A small turnout at Avebury was described as "the nicest solstice ever" and "relaxing" while revellers at the Ridgeway spoke of their "need" to come together.

Parking wardens and police were on the scene during the night.

The National Trust, which runs Avebury, said it would not allow camping near the stones or open any of its public facilities there to try to deter visitors.

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