Campaigners from Wales have joined hundreds of others in Somerset as part of a weekend of demonstrations against a planned nuclear power station.
Symbolic barrels of radioactive waste were wheeled through the streets of nearby Bridgwater to highlight the stockpile of high-level nuclear waste that would be stored at Hinkley C if it gets the green light.
The planned site is just 14 miles across the Bristol channel from the Welsh coast.
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