Environmental campaigners beamed messages on to Shropshire Council’s headquarters criticising the authority's "lack of action” in tackling climate change.
Members of Extinction Rebellion Shrewsbury beamed images and videos on to the council’s Shirehall headquarters and the nearby Lord Hill’s column.
“It’s been seven months since Shropshire Council declared a Climate Emergency,” said Jamie Russell from the group.
“Back in May they told us that the climate crisis posed a catastrophic threat to humanity and that urgent action was needed.
“But seven months on, we’re still waiting for them to even deliver a Climate Action Plan."
The council says it will unveil its plans to tackle climate change at a meeting of full council on 19 December.