Protestors in Wisbech make their voice heard against American President Trump with placard waving march
Wisbech was among dozens of places across the country including London, Glasgow and other big cities to hold a protest against visiting American President Donald Trump on Friday.
Protestors gathered at noon at the Clarkson Memorial to register their opposition to the controversial leader of the free world before carrying their anti-Trump banners across the Town Bridge into Old Market then down across Freedom Bridge and back to the memorial for a silent vigil.
The event was organised by Wisbech Trades Council and King's Lynn Stop the War Coalition.
Sean Finlay who jointly organised the protest with Sue Dockett, said they were delighted with the response.
Around a dozen people turned out, comparatively small compared to the thousands who marched in the capital and also staged protests in Scotland during the President's four day visit, which saw him fly into Stansted airport on Thursday with wife Melania.
He spent Friday in meetings with Prime Minister Theresa May before flying to one of his own golf courses in Scotland for the weekend.
He left British shores on Sunday to head off for a meeting with Russian President Vladamir Putin.