Published: 10:13, 28 June 2017 |
Updated: 08:12, 29 June 2017
Up to 20 caravans that moved onto a park dedicated to the war dead have left.
Bosses at Canterbury City Council earlier said they are aware "of a traveller incursion" after the group set up camp on the Memorial Park in Herne Bay last night.
The park was completed in the mid 1930s and opened as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the First World War with names of all the town's war dead on a cenotaph at the end of a tree-line Avenue of Remembrance.
There are also tennis courts and a popular child's play area.
Earlier on Tuesday, a group of travellers were evicted from Jackey Baker's in Ramsgate.
A Canterbury City Council spokesman said: "We picked up on the arrival of a group of travellers at Memorial Park late on Tuesday evening and our enforcement officers attended on Wednesday morning with the police.
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