A camp set up on Brighton’s Old Steine to raise awareness of homelessness and give rough sleepers a safe area has dispersed.
Demonstrators put up tents, and climbed the Victoria fountain to put banners up too.
But after eviction notices were issued by Brighton and Hove City Council on Friday, the camp upped sticks on Saturday.
A police spokeswoman said: “A dozen tents appeared in the Old Steine Gardens, Brighton, following the Brighton March for the Homeless last Wednesday (15 April).
“The aim of the camp was to give rough sleepers a community where they felt safe, according to the site co-ordinator.
“Police were aware of the camp but it has now moved on.”