Hampshire, GU35 9QE
Sandoz are tucked away in the corner of a business park, but they can't hide from the truth: the truth about the pain, fear and isolation inside Huntingdon Life Sciences, and the truth about the pointless, unscientific 'research' that goes on there.
The second stop was at Novartis, Frimley Business Park,
Surrey, GU16 7SR
Here, the injunction helpfully places the protest at the side of a very busy roundabout, ensuring hundreds of people saw the banners and placards and learnt all about Novartis' dirty secrets. The deluge of hooting horns
and thumbs up signs showed that the people of Britain don't like vivisection: that most ordinary, compassionate people think it is wrong to poison animals for profit.
Animal testing is supposed to protect humans and the environment from the effects of dangerous chemicals - rising cancer rates and levels of asthma, early onset puberty, gender mutations, deaths from adverse side effects of pharmaceuticals, contamination of every known ecosystem with toxic substances - these things tell us differently.
Closing Huntingdon Life Sciences is about more than one company - it's about destroying a global industry that exists to merely legitimise the mass poisoning of the the entire planet and all its inhabitants.