Photos from festivals, protests and other events

COP26 Climate Emergency March in Bristol

As the COP26 Climate Summit met in Glasgow, Bristolians marched to show their support for serious action to tackle the emergency.

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Pedal On UK Parliament

Pedal On Parliament, aka the National Funeral For The Unknown Cyclist, was a demonstration ride, rally and "die in" organised by Stop Killing Cyclists in London.

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Fridays For Future: London Climate Strike in the rain

On a rainy Friday in September 2019 School Strike For Climate and Culture Declares Climate & Econological Emergency gathered under colourful umbrellas for a Fridays For The Future rally in Trafalgar Square.

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Make The Lane

Make The Lane was a series of actions by Active Travel Now in London highlighting how inadequate painted cycle lanes are by creating "people-protected bike lanes" during morning rush hours.

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Ships and stunts at Bristol Harbour Festival 2016

Bristol Harbour Festival is an annual celebration of the city's maritime heritage and contemporary culture on its historic docks.

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Pride In London

The annual LGBT pride parade in 2016 happened 2 weeks after the Orlando nightclub shooting and 2 days after the Brexit vote, accounting for some of the themes of the day.

See the photos from the London Pride Parade

Canalway Cavalcade

On bank holiday weekend, boaters congregated at Little Venice on the Paddington Branch of the Grand Union Canal for the Inland Waterways Association Canalway Cavalcade.

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"Die In" at TfL

Following a series of deaths of cyclists in London, including on mayor Boris Johnson's blue painted cycle lanes, Stop Killing Cyclists organised a huge evening rush hour "die in" protest outside Transport for London head office on Blackfriars Road.

See the photos from the Die In

The battle for Blackfriars

In 2011, Transport for London's plans to remove cycle lanes and raise speed limits at Blackfriars Bridge led to a backlash including "flashrise" protests, and eventually to a change in policy which paved the way for new protected cycling infrastructure.

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Science Is Vital!

Science Is Vital! was a protest ralley outside the UK Treasury against austerity cuts to scientific research.

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