Picture: Godden Photography

Campaigners have taken to the roof of a factory in Shenstone as part of a protest.

The group chained themselves to fencing and took to the roof of the UAV Engines site.

They claim the company is involved in the manufacture of parts for drones used by the Israeli military.

The protesters also daubed the walls of the building with paint and hung banners from the rooftop.

It is not the first time the site has been targeted, with a similar incident in 2014.


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2 replies on “Campaigners stage rooftop protest at Shenstone engine factory”

  1. I guess, Susan, they believe the killing of Palestinians is more important than disruption along Lynn Lane, although I believe the residents are probably grateful as now everyone is doing 30 or less due to the massive police presence.

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