No arrests were made in what police have described as a 'relatively quiet' reopening of pubs in Gloucestershire.

A pub in Abbeydale shut its doors following reports of disorder and there were a number of minor incidents across the county.

Licensing officers had visited all the premises to ensure they were ready with extra patrols taking place throughout the day and evening.

Chief Inspector Roddy Gosden, of Gloucestershire Police, said: "In all, it was a relatively quiet Saturday night and on the whole good humoured without the high levels of demand that we had planned for. It appeared that many people stayed away.

"Our officers and special constables did some great work to ensure that everybody remained safe, alongside our partner agencies including the local authorities and voluntary organisations like Cheltenham Guardians, Street Pastors and City Safe teams.

"I'd like to say a big thank you to everyone for their cooperation this weekend. I would also like to thank the landlords for going above and beyond to make their venues safe places for people to visit.

"We will continue to work with pubs and clubs in the months ahead as social distancing measures remain in place."