The Isle of Wight Festival big clean up is now at the end of day 4 and there is still a lot of clearing up to do.
Looking at the site from seaclose park and fairlee road it appears as if most of the festival site has been cleared up and taken away.
But take a little walk along the river and things start to change, with fields still need clearing after many of the 65,000 festival goers just left there tents and rubbish behind after the event.
We sent Ted Baker down to see how things where going and this is what he had to say:
“Things are coming along really well, they have cleared the main stage area and have cleared the main campsites along fairlee road. I have seen endless amounts of bin lorries and portable loo collectors going to and from the site., theres hundreds of people here helping to tidy up seaclose park.
“I took a walk along the river towards the Island Harbour and I noticed a couple of fields that still needed clearing. I spotted a few bloody tissues lying around on the footpath area but was more shocked by the amount of tents and rubbish that had been left behind.
“I spotted a PCSO clearing the footpath and dismantling erected tents, she told me that there has been a few complaints regarding islanders trespassing and going through tents”
Well done to the Festival organisers and a big well done to everyone involved with the cleanup!