Young people will once again walk out of classes to march through the streets of Canterbury in a protest over the environment.
The second Youth Strike for Climate takes place on Friday and follows a similar protest last month.
Then more than 300 pupils from secondary schools and university students processed through Canterbury demanding that action is taken to protect the environment.
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Student Eske Eilts, one of the organisers, said: “The Youth Strike in February had such an amazing turnout that we decided that it was just the beginning.
“We will keep on standing up for our future until we and the ecological crises are taken for serious and the institutions of power act appropriately.”
Those taking part are planning to meet by Whitefriars in St George’s Street at 10am on Friday, March 15.