A rugby club in Hayes has called on police to take action after a group of travellers parked up on their field, in the latest chapter of an ongoing dispute in the borough.

Photos shared with News Shopper show dozens of caravans parked on the rugby pitch at the grounds of Park House RFC.

Now, the club's coaches and players are worried about the damage that could be done to the pitch, just weeks before the new season starts.

Over the last week, travellers have been spotted in areas across Bromley, including Petts Wood and Norman Park.

On Thursday, Bromley council obtained a High Court injunction to stop travellers sticking around in the borough.

According to club members at Park House, the travellers were served with an order to leave the site by 11am this morning, but the caravans are reportedly still there this afternoon.

On Twitter, people have called for councillors, police and even MP Bob Neill to step in and take action against the community, who they describe as having "no respect for the law."

Some Twitter users said: "Someone in power needs to sort it ASAP."

Bromley Police have responded to the calls and said they are in contact with the club secretary "to discuss matters."