The travellers who forced the cancellation of Norwood Green Village Day have left the site - but heaps of rubbish remain.
Bags of rubbish, bike parts and materials including wood can be seen across the green after the travellers were said to have left in the early hours of Sunday morning (July 10).
Norwood Green Village Day was initially moved to a different venue , before its full cancellation was confirmed on Thursday (July 7).
Local resident Mhairi Maclean, one of the organisers from Norwood Green Residents' Association, said: "The children's playground is going to need a clean before kids can allowed anywhere near it.
"It is an eyesore. I really feel that in order to protect the ground, some precautions, I am sure, are going to be needed - maybe a fence so that travellers can't gain access.
"It has had a big impact on the community. But there is a cause for jubilation that we won this and it has shown that we do not welcome this kind of behaviour."
The travellers, who spoke to getwestlondon on Friday (July 8), claim they would not have moved on to the site had they known about the fair.
Other items including a sofa, tents and bins can be seen spread across the green.
Video footage obtained by getwestlondon appears to show employees from Ealing Council on site.
But getwestlondon has asked the council when it anticipates the whole of the site will be cleared.