“Leave animals off your plate” this Christmas say protesters after vigil outside turkey, duck and chicken processing site in Hatton

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Concerned campaigners held a 12-hour vigil at a turkey, duck and chicken processing site in a bid to persuade people to “leave animals off their plate” at Christmas.

A total of 40 members of Derbyshire Animal Save – a community group dedicated to protesting against the slaughter of animals – gathered at the Hatton base of Faccenda.

The group gathered at the Scropton Road site from 9.30am until 9.30pm to “bear witness to the animals going in to be gassed for people’s Christmas dinner.”

A group spokesman, Lindsey Banton, urged people to show more compassion towards animals.

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