Today’s march by a far-right group in Burnley town centre passed off peacefully.
More than 200 people took part in the North West Frontline Firm march. There was a heavy police presence with mounted police and the force helicopter deployed.
No arrests were made during the protest, which took place in the Peace Garden in Croft Street. A handful of anti-fascist protesters gathered in opposition outside Burnley Crown Court.
Commander of Burnley police Chief Supt Chris Bithell said: “I would like to thank everyone for their support in ensuring that both demonstrations passed off peacefully.”