Original article from Kent Live
As many are finding new ways to celebrate the Easter holidays, some are taking it too far.
On Saturday (April 3) police received information at around 6.50pm, about an event that had been planned in the Polhill area.
The police formed local patrols to the area, and encountered large groups of people at the site.
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Following an investigation, the police swiftly put a stop to the event, by seizing the music equipment and moving people on who had congregated.
Superintendent Simon Thompson from Kent Police said: "We appreciate that lockdown has been tough for everyone and over the long bank holiday weekend people may be tempted to attend these events but I must be clear that Kent is not open for unlicensed music events.
"As our officers have shown, we will move people on who come to Kent for this reason, seek to prosecute the organisers and seize equipment that they may bring with them.
"We want people to have fun and enjoy themselves but not at the expense of others in the community."
The current coronavirus rules mean that people are not allowed to meet up in more than groups of six or as two households and they must only do so outside.
While the 'stay at home' order has been lifted, people are being asked to 'stay local' instead.