Anti nuclear campaigners have marched along a stretch of beach in west Cumbria to highlight that radioactive particles have been found in the sand.
They put up signs to warn people using the beach at Seascale of the discovery. They believe the beach has been contaminated by radioactive particles from the nearby Sellafield nuclear plant.
After putting up their signs the group made their way along the foreshore towards Sellafield carrying banners and placards.
As they walked away local councillors quickly removed the signs and accused the anti nuclear campaigners of scaremongering.
After walking the two miles along the shoreline the demonstrators arrived at the nuclear plant to continue their peaceful protest and get their message across.