A group of protesters who've scaled 300 foot tall chimneys at a power station in Nottinghamshire say they have enough supplied to stay camped up there for a week.
No Dash For Gas are occupying the chimneys at the West Burton Power Station.
They say the new style gas powered plant is damaging the environment.
The group has started counting the number of hours its protest is lasting on its website.
Campaign group 'No Dash For Gas' have issued a statement saying they plan to abseil into the chimneys at West Burton Power Station in Nottinghamshire in an attempt to shut down operations.
They claim to have enough supplies with them to camp 300 feet in the air for around a week. A spokesperson for the action group said:
Suspected climate protesters are posting pictures from the top of West Burton Power Station's chimneys. Police have arrested five people on suspicion of aggravated trespass.
Nottinghamshire Police are continuing their operation at the West Burton Power Station near Retford, where they say a number of protesters have climbed chimneys overnight.
Five people have been arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass. The plant is run and owned by EDF Energy.
A group called 'No dash for gas' are tweeting about the ongoing protest at a power station in West Burton in Nottinghamshire.
They claim to have climbed up two of the chimneys at the gas fired energy plant.
Police say they've arrested five people on suspicion of aggravated trespass.
Nottinghamshire Police confirm there is still an ongoing protest at a power station in North Nottinghamshire this morning.
A number of people, thought to be climate change activists, are alleged to have gained access to the West Burton Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Station which is owned and run by EDF Energy.
Police say around 10 people climbed water towers and attached themselves to it.
Five people have been arrested at West Burton Power Station in Nottinghamshire, where around ten people have tied themselves to the water towers. They're thought to be environmental activists.