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Pinchbeck slaughterhouse protest sees four animal rights campaigners arrested




Three of the four people arrested being placed in a police van. SG2811117-104TW
Three of the four people arrested being placed in a police van. SG2811117-104TW

Animal rights campaigners from The Save Movement were shocked on Tuesday as police arrested four protestors near a Pinchbeck abattoir.

Shortly before 1pm, Spalding Guardian journalists saw three of those arrested being placed in a custody van in Fleming Way, where there was a second large police van and four patrol cars.

On the other side of Enterprise Way, 15 campaigners – watched by seven police officers – remained on the pavement at the junction of Brunel Road, where trucks loaded with animals turn for Woodhead Brothers, known locally as Morrisons slaughterhouse.


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