Police were pelted with missiles as they broke up a rave attended by 300 revellers in Huddersfield last night as officers in Birmingham were called to more than 70 parties on the last weekend before organisers face a £10,000 fine for setting up the gatherings.
Officers in Deighton, Huddersfield had missiles thrown at them after they tried to break up a gathering of more than 300 people on Saturday night.
Meanwhile in Birmingham, police were called to more than 70 parties - including one in Northfield which included two marquees and a DJ.
Around 200 people were seen gathering in the city centre, around Hampton Street.
Reminding people of the need for social distancing, West Midlands Police tweeted: 'Most people understand why we are doing this - stay safe - don't risk spreading the virus.'