"We've had a lot of enquiries, quite a lot of abuse actually too, people shouting, but also people who come up and have a little chat with us" says 40 Days for Life pro-life campaigner Clare Jackson.
Hannah Austin, one of the group protesting against 40 Days for Life, says the vigils are "very intimidating" for women attending the clinic.
""We've here to be a visible counter-presence and stand up for a woman's right to reproductive choices" she says.
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