As reported in the Daily Echo yesterday, the number of caravans and camper vans at the site, which first started arriving last Friday, had doubled to 24 by yesterday.
Security guards were tasked with manning the entrance to the site after the travellers managed to gain access.
This morning council workers have been at the site clearing rubbish.
Two van loads have been so far been filled with rubbish.
Andy McDonald, parks manager, said:“Officers attended Slades Farm first thing this morning to make the area safe and are currently in the process of clearing the site.
"There has been a considerable amount of waste left behind following the unauthorised encampment.”
Cllr Anne Filer tweeted this afternoon to praise the council workers at Slades Farm: "These guys are real heroes. A horrible job & thanks to all involved. Pity the travellers don't clear up after themselves!"
@Bournemouthecho These guys are real heroes. A horrible job & thanks to all involved. Pity the travellers don't clear up after themselves!
In the New Forest, police were called to Bolton's Bench at Lyndhurst, where a "small encampment" moved onto the site on Thursday night.
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Council workers clear rubbish from Slades Farm as travellers move to Turlin Moor
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