Suffolk Police Warnings on Illegal Gatherings

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Following a large illegal gathering at Thetford Forest over the Bank Holiday weekend, Suffolk Police have issued a robust message to anyone planning to organise an illegal rave, unlicensed musical event, or party in the county.

Generally, public outdoor gatherings of more than 30 are not allowed – as restrictions continue to slowly and stop the spread of Covid-19.

Fines of £100 can continue to be issued to those who participate in illegal gatherings and those who have already received a fine will see the amount doubled on each offence.

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