TRAVELLERS who set up camp at Dedworth Manor have been served notice to move off the site.

It is understood the group parked their motorhomes and caravans at the Dedworth Manor field at 8pm on June 1 after they were told to move on from the Long Walk outside Windsor Castle a couple of hours prior.

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council said the situation was being “actively monitored” and welfare visits were being undertaken before any decisions were made on how to proceed.

READ MORE: Windsor: Travellers move from Long Walk to Dedworth Manor

A council spokesman said notices were issued last night to move the travellers off the site.

They said: “Last night notices were served under Common Law on the unauthorised occupants of the site at Dedworth Manor and Sawyers Close Park.”

It is understood this is the same group of travellers who got the national media’s attention when they set up camp outside Windsor Castle on the Long Walk two days ago.

READ MORE: Travellers set up camp outside Windsor Castle on the Long Walk

It has been reported the travellers were parked up at Kew Green in West London – but ‘voluntarily’ left the site on June 1 after the council was granted eviction powers by the High Court.

They came to Kew Green on May 27 but were reportedly upsetting neighbours over the bank holiday weekend.