Second stop, in front of Gonville & Caius College and Senate House, Trinity St.
A post grad ceremony was also taking place on Senate House lawn!
One of several anti BHF messages, Kings College Chapel in the background.
Marching for Animal Rights up Kings Parade.
Stopping off Outside the Downing Site, where animal testing labs are.
Finishing the main march, back on Parkers Piece.
Besieging the BHF (on Burleigh Street)!
Clearly quite F.I.T. to climb up there...
Showing what they think of BHF's support for vivisection.
The picket effectively besieged the shop for the best part of an hour, with a grand finale of a cacophany of loudhailer sirens followed by a collective single finger salute (see picture) to this charity that have done so much to promote the cause of animal liberation.
On the way back to Parkers Piece up Burleigh Street the group briefly stopped off at the Cancer Research UK shop as well, other known supporters of vivisection.
A few more high spirited individuals even opportunistically harangued a local Quiksilver branch, which although not linked to animal right issues certainly do encourage strife of another kind.
The whole protest was peaceable (if not peaceful, with lots of chanting and sirens) and nobody got hurt, which is more than can be said for the millions of animals still trapped in laboratories up and down the country.