Police called to jubilee party on Norfolk and Cambridgeshire border after complaints about noise and bad behaviour
Celebrations in Elm result in trouble
Police were called three times to a jubilee party which got out of hand on the outskirts of Wisbech.
A planned and licensed party was held off Meadowgate Lane, Elm, but police were first called at 1.30pm with complaints about loud music and anti-social behaviour. Officers gave 'words of advice' to the organisers according to a spokesman.
But police were called out again at around 5.30pm after more complaints of drunken behaviour and loud music and they dispersed a crowd from a site close to the A47 behind a hand car-wash business.
Police were back at the scene for the final time at 10.30pm after more complaints.
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A spokesman for Norfolk police said as the event had been licensed by Cambridgeshire County Council, its powers to intervene had been limited but officers responded when contacted.
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