G7 protesters in Cornwall have glued themselves to the road leading to more arrests.

It's after 15 people were released on police bail following a search at Clowance Wood Nurseries in Praze as further arrests are made across the county.

A warrant was carried out under section 8 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act during the afternoon of Saturday, June 12 following information received by police.

Items including spray paint, scaffolding and gas horns were found and have been seized by police.

Fifteen people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit public nuisance and were taken into custody.

They have since been released on police bail until July 9, 2021.

Enquiries are continuing.

Elsewhere officers attended two protests in West Cornwall on Sunday where those involved had locked and glued themselves to roads and other items. A total of eight people were arrested.

Further protests took place in St Ives and Falmouth which passed peacefully and no arrests were made in relation to these events.


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None of these actions affected the event or the movement of the delegates.

At Tempest roundabout near St Erth police were called attended in response to protesters who had set up a roadblock.

A group of three people had locked themselves to a minibus on the roundabout. Public order officers were deployed, and the protesters were given several chances to move prior to further action being taken.

The group refused to move, and Protest Removal Teams with specialist equipment removed them safely.

A further four people detained in relation to this matter. The vehicle and locking equipment has been seized by police.

Three people have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit public nuisance and four people have been arrested on suspicion of obstructing a public highway. They were taken into police custody for questioning.

At Stennack roundabout, St Ives the police liaison teams dealt with an intentional roadblock by protestors at the junction of Carnellis Road and The Burrows in the afternoon.

Five people had glued themselves to the road and four people had locked themselves to a flowerpot. Lock on equipment has been seized.

Public order officers engaged with the group who, following conversation, self-released and left the area. The protest passed peacefully.

One man was arrested on suspicion of blocking a public highway and was taken into police custody.