ORGANISERS have apologised after some Penn Fest attendees left litter "scattered" throughout the fields in Penn Street.

The festival took place two weeks ago on Friday, July 21 and Saturday 22, with some litter still left behind on the site.

Following the festivities, organisers have made an apology and said it's due to recent bad weather which has made it difficult to clear up the litter.

Bucks Free Press:

Nick Billinghurst, UK Live Ltd, said: "Due to the persistent rainfall on the Saturday 22nd July at PennFest, the ground conditions made for a very challenging site clearance.

"Unfortunately, this had a knock-on effect and the clearance has taken longer than expected. We would like to apologise to local residents for any inconvenience caused to them and thank them for their understanding and patience”.

Klara Audren, a concerned resident, said: "You might want to go check out the fields where Penn Festival was held over a week ago.

Bucks Free Press:

"Have attached some pictures of the litter which is still everywhere in both fields used by the festival which was over a week.

"There is also still a skip which is full of litter and all the portaloos are still there.

"This could be extremely dangerous to wildlife."