Each day throughout the campaign between 20 and 100 protestors walked the trucks in and out of the drilling site on Barton Moss Road. These protest walks were soon proven to be legal and so the protestors effectively occupied a space not only along Barton Moss Road but also in the legal system. The project looks at how these active rather than passive methods of protest gave a real sense of achievement to each and every protestor and created a camaraderie that brought together a diverse range of people.
Protest walk along Barton Moss Road. March 11th 2014