Climate activists have dug up a lawn outside a Cambridge University college over its role in a major development in the Suffolk countryside.
Extinction Rebellion members said the action at Trinity College was taken against the “destruction of nature”.
Activists then took dug-up mud to a local Barclays Bank branch.
Innocence Farm in Trimley St Martin has been part of plans, involving Trinity, for a lorry park. The college said it supported work to fight climate change.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokeswoman said the force was liaising with the college and that “a crime has been recorded for criminal damage”.
A spokeswoman for Barclays Bank confirmed activists carrying wheelbarrows full of mud…
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