One of them said "this action might seem a little strange to some, but we felt the symbolism of preparing a power plant for its death was important because we simply don't want to see it continue to endanger the life of the planet".
After singing several chants and songs, most of the group left with the remainder of the march, but 3 remained to continue their watching and waiting for the power station to be switched off. It is believed they were amongst the 19 arrested for remaining after the order to disperse was given under section 14 of the Public Order Act. The rest have now returned to the camp, and production of tea and coffee has recommenced.
The group have been running a cafe during each day of the camp so far. The group has also met to pray each night, with upto 20 attending, and taken part in debates on Christianity and Anarchism and role for religious groups in the climate movement. "I hope it inspires those who've been involved to see themselves as part of the movement that the Climate Camp represents" said one of the cafe organisers, "I want to send a message to other Christians to take direct action and to really think about the ways we have been conned into inaction."