Anti-nuclear campaigners plan to literally barnstorm the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant.
Activists in Somerset said today they had knocked up a 10-metre barn just outside the power station, symbolising barns and other structures razed from the site by energy giant EDF.
Several of the protesters previously occupied an abandoned farm on land owned by EDF until their eviction in March.
Protesters will wheel symbolic barrels of radioactive waste through nearby Bridgewater tomorrow and will attempt to scale the fences at the site on Monday.
If you appreciated this article then please consider donating to the Morning Star's Fighting Fund to ensure we can keep developing your paper.
Donate to the Fighting Fund here
George Osborne's advice from the International Monetary Fund is like the curate's egg - good in parts.
George Tapp suffered horrific injuries when he was run down last week at a demo against blacklisting in construction. He tells the Star why he's as determined as ever to carry on struggling for justice
The government wants to ramp up Western involvement in the Syrian conflict but the cost will be more violence and instability in the region