Protesters wore gags and dressed as frogs as the campaign to stop fuel ash being dumped into Thrupp Lake in Radley gathered pace at the weekend.

More than 150 campaigners marched to the lakes on Saturday and became silent as they neared the lake, which is set to be filled with spent fuel ash from Didcot Power Station.

Some wore gags in protest at the High Court injunction granted to lakes owner RWE npower last week which restricted where people could protest.

Others dressed as frogs to highlight their claim that the creatures' habitat would be destroyed.

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