A large number of Traveller caravans have arrived at Bretton Park, less than three months after a group was moved on from the site.
Following the removal of the encampment in April, a concrete block was put in place to prevent caravans getting access to the park.
An extensive community clean-up operation took place after the caravans had moved on but their presence forced the cancellation of “Rubbish Easter Egg Hunt” litter pick and Easter celebration event.
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On this occasion, it is believed that access to the site has been gained by damaging a fence.
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: “We’re aware of an unauthorised encampment in Bretton Park, Peterborough, and are liaising with the relevant local authority about any support required.”
Peterborough City Council has also been contacted for comment.