On Tuesday night, a group of travelers parked up to 30 caravans and numerous vehicles outside Windsor Castle, blocking a long walk with full view of the Queen’s private land.
Vans and campers were parked outside the monarch’s current residence near a sign that “bans” vehicles from the popular tourist attraction of 2.6-mile trucks.
The Long Walk connects Windsor Castle with Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park and is used annually by royal carriages on the route from the castle to Ascot Racecourse.
Authorities tried to upset travelers last night. The photo shows police, city officials, and Windsor Park guards discussing with the group. After that, you can see that the groups are dispersed.
On Tuesday, one spectator said he was “extremely surprised” at how the group parked their caravans and cars on the long walk, which is open to the public for free from dawn to sunset.
The Queen moved there at the beginning of the lockdown last March and was quarantined in Windsor Castle during the pandemic.
The royal flag was seen flying over the castle on Tuesday, indicating that she was there when the traveler parked the car outside.
This took place in a dispute between a group of travelers seeking a court order for the eviction of travelers from Kew Green, just an eight-minute walk from the popular attraction Kew Gardens, and the Richmond Council.
The group was asked to move on Friday, but there were no signs of leaving as the local council fought to take them to the High Court.