Three sets of gates have been put up in an attempt to stop illegal raves on three commons in Somerset.
The gates were installed at a cost of £5,000.
The road entrances to Steart Common, Wall Common, and Catsford Common, near Hinkley Point, are now subject to controlled access.
West Somerset District Council led the campaign for the gates, working in partnership with the Environment Agency and the police.
A council spokesperson said: “These gates will prevent vehicular access to the commons and should therefore resolve the problem by deterring would-be ravegoers.”