Protesters from across the country are gathering in Somerset as part of a weekend of demonstrations against a planned nuclear power station.
Hundreds are expected to assemble in Kings Square, Bridgwater this afternoon where protesters will march through the town.
The procession comes ahead of a planned 'mass trespass' at the site of the Hinkley C power plant on Monday. Demonstrators are expected to scale the fences, and a camp has already started to form at North Wick Moor.
The Stop New Nuclear Alliance expects there will be a number of arrests.
Anti-nuclear protesters are hoping to stage a mass trespass today at Hinkley Point near Bridgwater. Six people have been arrested.
Campaigners from all over Britain converged in Bridgwater today for a mass rally in protest against the Hinkley C nuclear power station.
Protesters have gathered in Somerset at the site earmarked for the first of a new generation of nuclear power stations.