Six days after a ‘die-in’ brought Cabot Circus to a standstill
Climate change activists who brought Cabot Circus to a standstill at the weekend have a new target – the BBC in Bristol.
Protesters are planning a major demonstration at the broadcaster’s office in Clifton on Friday (December 21) – and those taking part are being encouraged to bring items that will make a loud noise.
Organisers of the Extinction Rebellion protest are calling for people to bring ‘pots and pans’, drums and percussion, and they may well have mobile sound systems too.
The protesters are targeting the BBC for the way they think it reports – or doesn’t- on the ‘climate emergency’.
Demonstrations are also scheduled to take place at the same time at BBC headquarters in London, Manchester and Norwich.
An Extinction Rebellion protest (Image: BristolLive)