TRAVELLERS have left the D-Day Museum car park in Portsmouth.
They arrived on Friday night with around 15 caravans, according to eyewitnesses.
Portsmouth City Council has served paperwork demanding they leave.
Now museum staff have confirmed the travellers have left.
In a message to residents on Saturday PCSO Steven Burden said: ‘Travellers that have taken up residence in the D-Day museum car park have been served the relevant paperwork by the council.
‘They are now legally required to move from the site.’
It comes after a Pompey Legends charity match was briefly threatened after travellers took up residence at Fareham Leisure Centre car park and Cams Alders Recreation Ground this week.