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Protesters in Pinchbeck moved on after police issue ‘dispersal notice’




Animal rights campaigners 'Save' at Morrisons' abattoir off Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck.
Animal rights campaigners 'Save' at Morrisons' abattoir off Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck.

UPDATE: Friday, 4pm: Protesters were moved on from a site in Pinchbeck this afternoon after one of the campaigners stood in front of a lorry and “obstructed the highway”.

Around ten campaigners from the ‘Save Movement’ for animals turned up outside Morrisons’ Pinchbeck abattoir in Brunel Road at 8am today, carrying placards and filming trucks carrying livestock into the building.

Campaigners holding up signs at the protest in Pinchbeck.
Campaigners holding up signs at the protest in Pinchbeck.

Police attended the scene to ensure the protesters did not breach the peace and said a ‘dispersal notice’ was issued around midday after one of the campaigners obstructed the highway and caused alarm to road users.


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