Renowned fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood has joined protesters at the Cuadrilla fracking site in Balcombe, West Sussex.
Dame Vivienne, 72, carried a placard which said: "Say no to fracking" as campaigners gathered at the site.
Green MP Caroline Lucas was among those arrested at a sit-in aimed at halting plans to drill for shale gas in a West Sussex village.
As campaigners in Balcombe begin a five-day camp in protest at fracking, supporter Tisha Brown tells ITV News why it's such a crucial issue.
The chief executive of Cuadrilla Resources, Francis Egan, told ITV News the company "will complete our approved work" at its Balcombe site.