A sit-down rave at a former potbank was visited by police officers after concerns were raised about a lack of social distancing.
Officers attended the event at the Aynsley Mill in Longton after receiving reports people were flouting social distancing and the rule of six.
Under new coronavirus rules, gatherings of seven or more people are banned, with some exceptions – including licensed premises.
Social media reports suggested over 200 dance lovers attended the event.
Staffordshire Police say officers attended the former potbank and found everything was in order during a walk through.
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A spokesman said: “We attended a job at the old Aynsley Mill site in Sutherland Longton last night.
“We had several people ringing in about it.
“When officers attended it was all sit-down table service.
“It was at a licensed premises that has authority from the council and was holding a sit-down rave. People were in groups of six and we found no issues.”