Stroud's students took to the streets once more this morning (Friday) to protest over government inaction on climate change.

Around 50 protestors marched through the centre of the town carrying placards, drumming and chanting.

They briefly paused outside the Sub Rooms, with one youngster shouting "We need to be listened to before it's too late."

Co-organiser and Archway pupil, Dan Green, carried a banner reading "If not me, who? If not now, when? Think. Act."

Ahead of the march Dan said: "We will be protesting for authorities to make more significant changes to ensure our future is something we can actually hope to get."

He also cited a INPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report which states the effects of climate change will become irreversible in around 11 years.

The students were joined by members of Stroud's local Extinction Rebellion group, while others are currently marching to London ahead of an 'International Rebellion' next week.