An anti-nuclear protest was held near Preston as campaigners remembered those affected by the Fukushima disaster in Japan six years ago this weekend.
The two people involved laid daffodils at the Springfields Nuclear Plant site and read a message from the Japanese Prime Minister.
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was an energy accident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, initiated by a tsunami on March 11, 2011.
No-one was killed that day but more than 35 people were injured and the incident sparked a major nuclear ordeal.
Marriane Birkby, who organised the protest, said: “This was a small but determined protest.
“Although there was only two of us, it was short notice, and we lit candles and had a moment of silence to remember the Fukushima disaster.
“This was a horrendous incident and the people in that area may never be able to return back to normal.
“We have recorded a short video too which several people have watched online.
“We just wanted to raise awareness of what nuclear power is doing because it is very much an issue that is often overlooked.
“Hopefully by doing this today some people will see what we’ve done and take some notice of the dangers of nuclear work.”