Police broke up a party in a Wensleydale village attended by a “large number of people” at the weekend.
A number of fixed penalty notices for breaching lockdown regulations were issued, including one to the host of the party near Aysgarth.
North Yorkshire Police said they received a report at 9.30pm on Friday of a suspected breach of the coronavirus health regulations.
Ten cars were reported to be parked outside a property near the village.
A spokesperson for North Yorkshire Police said: “Officers attended and found loud music playing and a large number of people in attendance at the property.
“Fixed penalty notices were issued to a number of attendees and to the party host.”
According to one source, around 40 people attended the event, with several running away when police arrived.