Hundreds of activists marched through Chester to protest against the killing of badgers.
The Cheshire Against the Cull group led the peaceful walk through the city on Saturday, December 10.
Campaigners met outside Chester Town Hall before starting their march at 1pm.
Protesters carried signs and banners through Chester to its finish at the amphitheatre.
Badger Trust CEO Dominic Dyer said: “This is not just about the badger, it is about the future of our countryside.
“We won’t allow our farming industry to wipe out our wildlife. We are angry, but we are caring and compassionate people as well.
“The badger cull is a national disgrace.”
Campaigners say ‘the B in Bovine TB does not stand for badger’ and believe the Government-backed cull could be expanded to our county next year.
Anna Golub from Cheshire Against the Cull said: “Evidence is mounting the cull could come to Cheshire in 2017.
“More than ever we need to raise awareness about the plight of our innocent badgers to try and prevent this unscientific and inhumane bloodshed happening in our county.”