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300 attend anti-fracking protest at Senedd, Cardiff

About 300 anti-fracking protestors gathered outside the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay on Saturday.

They travelled from Ceredigion, Pembroke, Wrexham and the South Wales valleys to hand in a petition to First Minister Carwyn Jones.

The demonstration was organised by Friends of the Earth Cymru and Frack Free Wales as part of a series of international events co-ordinated by anti-fracking protest groups.

Keith Ross, a co-ordinator for Frack Free Wales, said people want Wales to be a "clean, green, beautiful country".

  • 11 Oct 2014
  • From the section Wales
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