POLICE can no longer ask people to leave a Winchester beauty spot.

As previously reported, a public dispersal order was in place at Compton Lock between June 1 and 3.

A Hampshire Constabulary spokesperson has confirmed that it has not been renewed.

On June 2, two people were arrested and a police officer was assaulted.

Since then, no further arrests have been made.

The spokesperson told the Chronicle: "We can confirm that no new dispersal order has been authorised for Compton Lock since it was withdrawn last Wednesday. No further arrests have been made."

Anyone who witnesses anti-social behaviour or large gatherings is encouraged to call 101, or if a crime or incident is in progress, always call 999.