VIDEO: Noisy protest against badger culls marches through Lincoln
A noisy protest group marched through Lincoln demonstrating against proposed badger culls.
Culling zones have been created in Somerset and Gloucestershire, after the government gave farmers in those areas permission to shoot the animals.
But protesters in Lincoln believe the city demonstration will help stop the killing of badgers.
Armed with megaphones, signs and banners, the protest group was formed from around 20 people.
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Demonstrators from Vegan Lincs and Lincoln Animal Friends joined members of the public and other activists.
The peaceful but noisy march started from the base of Steep Hill and led down onto the High Street.
Busy bank holiday shoppers were stopped and stared at the group, while others filmed the short protest.
A PCSO helped chaperone the protest group across Lincoln’s busy city centre roads.
The group congregated next to the War Memorial and handed out leaflets to shoppers before moving on and eventually dispersing.
Protesters Amy Robinson, from Scunthorpe, and Linda Wardale, group coordinator for Vegan Lincs, speak about the protest.