Anti-fracking protesters in Leeds and Sheffield have reportedly closed several high street branches of Barclays bank.
At around midday the group, People & Planet, say they are trying to highlight "the social and environmental impacts of the bank’s investments in fracking, tar sands and coal."
Sit-ins and occupations of Barclays branches have taken place in Leeds, Sheffield, London, Lancaster and Oxford.
Barclays has has a stake through Global Natural Resources Investments in Third Energy, a business they say has "a history of investment and good corporate citizenship in North Yorkshire."
The bank also said Third Energy has been drilling, developing and producing gas in the region for over 20 years, with an "excellent" environmental and safety record.
They confirmed a protest took place outside their Albion Street branch in Leeds at midday which lasted around 15 minutes.
A protest also took place in Sheffield: