Police have asked residents to look out for illegal raves over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Officers say they rely on the public to be know when raves are happening, or if one is being planned.
PC Nick Price, said: “We can nip illegal raves in the bud and stop them from taking place if we have reliable information about something which is likely to be taking place.
“Members of the public will usually ring us to complain about traffic movements and anti-social behaviour as people turn-up to the rave, but they can also help us by being alert to anything that is out of the ordinary in their community, no matter how trivial it may seem.
“In many cases those people who are looking to set-up a rave will visit the proposed site a couple of days before the event and I would urge anyone who spots any suspicious activity in their village, along a country road or around farm land to please let us know.”
Residents are asked to look out for posters advertising a rave, cropped bolts on a gate, suspicious activity near fields, or flattened or disturbed hedgerows.