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Dating white Fort Worth man there was no chance revellers would ever again have the opportunity to "leave no trace". And so the underground warehouse rave scene arrived, with its big sound systems in tow. She said the festivals were a chance "for networking, finding new work opportunities and just meeting friends that you couldn't really see at any other time", after a winter spent living and working on farms. She described how the single track road across the common was completely blocked in places by the encampment and the complete absence of toilets had another unwanted effect.

As the festival wound down, police faced angry questions at a public meeting in Castlemorton village about how they had responded.

Castlemorton common: the rave that changed the law

Castlemorton should have continued that theme, she said, a low-key gathering for roughly travellers. Free online sex chat in Charlotte Malvern Hills Conservators - the charity set up to look after the hills and commons - obtained an injunction which enforced a five-mile "exclusion zone" for convoys of vehicles around Castlemorton during the bank holiday weekend. On a hippie dating Worcester free bank holiday weekend 25 years ago, 20, people descended on land in the shadow of the Malvern Hills.

Mrs Spragg believes the combination of a gloriously sunny bank holiday and the promise of a ready-made party was what drew ravers to Castlemorton. News of the festival spread locally, helped by the volume of the music, which could easily be heard in Malvern 10 miles 16km away - a fact former resident, Tim Holloway, can attest. But by Saturday night, West Mercia Police had arrived and put up a cordon.

It's happening now and for the rest of the weekend, so get yourself out of the house and on to Castlemorton Common Be there, all weekend, hardcore. Mrs Spragg, who gave up travelling Yuma AZ women dating irish mensays what happened at Castlemorton had an adverse effect on the community she belonged to. Mrs Spragg says there was "some resentment" among the travellers who felt their event had been "taken over" and part of the festival was declared a "raver free zone".

Date Roanoke VA guys were dropped off and there were two policemen at the end of the road across the common. It also included rules targeting gatherings of more than people listening to music at night and even went as far as delving into genres, said Prof Robert Lee from Birmingham Law School. We took it all in, soaked up the atmosphere - it was just an enormous party - a gift when you're Clare Buchanan, who was on a gap year, heard about the festival when some of those en route stopped at the supermarket in Malvern where she worked.

Libby Spragg was in one of the first vehicles to arrive at the site on the 22 May. The year-old ed the New Age Travellers in and had been to events across the West Country, including Inglestone.

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The case cost millions and saw all the defendants acquitted, though one other person did plead guilty to the same offence. Related Topics. In a press conference on the Friday after the common had been cleared, then Chief Constable, David Three Dallas date, defended his "softly softly" approach. The travelling community had been intent on holding the latest in a series of small events, having successfully held the dating for Cincinnati Ohio OH lovers Avon Free Festival at Inglestone Common in Gloucestershire in the s and early 90s.

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The word was spread by an answering machine message: "Right, listen up revellers. Officers arrested about 50 people over the course Fairfield speed dating the festival - mainly for drug offences - and 10 were taken to court for public order offences.

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Carl Loben, editor of DJ magazine, said in a world before mobile phones, the answering machine messages were Glendale girl free to spreading word about the raves. To say the event spiralled out of control is an understatement. The resulting the best South Bend to meet girls also had drastic consequences for the "alternative" lifestyle of the so-called New Age Travellers who started the event and for the underground rave movement who gate-crashed it.

It stopped about five o'clock in the morning and it started up about midday. In the weeks leading up to that fateful May bank holiday inthey had tried and failed to stage festivals in both counties and in Somerset, Oakland women free the police had repeatedly moved them on. The force later admitted they had been "caught off guard" by the sudden arrival of so many people.

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Officers were stationed with Ms Weaver and fellow resident Audrey Street who said she "never went out once" the whole week. But while the travellers felt surrounded, so did those living on the common, such as Mary Weaver. What they hadn't banked on was the thousands of dating a japanese Baton Rouge man who had heard about the event through word-of-mouth, media coverage and the infamous telephone message.

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Carl Hendrickse, whose band Back to the Planet played at the festival, said a large of people had been regularly travelling up and down the M25 to raves. Retreating, they considered their options in a lay-by on the A38 in Gloucestershire, where it was decided to take their mile long convoy out of the county, into Worcestershire and on to Castlemorton Common, near Malvern.

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The ravers drifted off once the weekend was over Tacoma WA opening lines for dating the travellers remained at Castlemorton until the Friday, partly to try and clear up, Mrs Spragg claims. Then inthe Criminal Justice and Public Order Act was passed, giving police the powers to stop vehicles anywhere within five miles 8km of a rave and turn them away.

Determined not to have history repeat itself, the following year they set up roadblocks across the area, with officers being fed from a special kitchen set up in the village hall.

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Others called for long-term powers to stop raves and free festivals, including Castlemorton's then-Conservative MP Sir Michael Spicer, who even raised the matter in Parliament.