Police in the Cotswolds are continuing to clamp down on poor parking and illegal vehicles.

Officers from the neighbourhood police team and special constabulary were out and about on Saturday as part of Operation Squirrel, an ongoing campaign for safe and social roads.

An uninsured car was seized in Fairford, as was an untaxed car in Moreton-in-Marsh.

The team also conducted speed checks in Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Hill.

PCSOs have also seized an untaxed car in Down Ampney, and fined three drivers who parked on a pavement in Bibury.

A Tweet from Cotswolds Police said: "PCSOs Andy and Zee have issued three tickets today in Church Road, Bibury, for parking on a pavement and not allowing enough room for people with push chairs/mobility scooters to get past.

"Thanks to all the visitors who park sensibly."