Around a dozen protesters gathered in Bideford on Saturday to peacefully rally against badger culls around North Devon and Torridge.
Protesters gathered in Bideford on Saturday to rally against badger culls in North Devon.
Members of Devon and Cornwall Against The Badger Cull held peaceful protests around both counties this weekend.
Around a dozen people gathered with placards and badger masks from 11am-2pm outside Bideford Library.
Paula Bolt, of the group, said Torridge and West Devon MP Geoffrey Cox also came down to speak to protesters.
She said: “The whole point is we’re peaceful and not trying to cause trouble.
“We’re trying to raise awareness and the best way to do that is in public.”
The Gazette understands culls have already begun across the region, and the group has been undertaking nightly badger patrols around the Holsworthy area.
“We wear high vis and look for wounded badgers,” said Paula.
The group reported a good response to their protests, with many motorists responding to their ‘honk for badgers’ placard.