‘Graveyard’ installed at Welsh Assembly to oppose pheasant shooting on public land

Posted on the 24th September 2016

Animal Aid installed a 'graveyard' for animals at the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff on Saturday 24 September, calling for an end to pheasant shooting in the national forest.

The action received national media coverage from Wales Online and ITV Wales. Thank you to everyone who attended.

Here are some photos of the event:

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