The Leave Means Leave march arrives in Doncaster.
Nigel Farage's Leave Means Leave march arrived in Doncaster Market Place - with hundreds of flag-waving and placard protesters in attendance as the noisy and colourful parade snaked through the town.
Protesters celebrate after reaching the end of the latest leg of the nationwide protest A noisy crowd waved flags and placards at the end of the leg from Nostell near Wakefield to Doncaster The Leave Means Leave march makes a noisy entrance to Doncaster - although march organiser Nigel Farage did not appear. The message was loud and clear as several hundred demonstrators came to town. Protesters gathered outside the Red Lion in Doncaster Market Place. The march set off from Sunderland on Saturday. Marchers are taking part in the 270 mile march to London. The march is due to conclude in London on March 29 - the date Britain was due to leave the EU. The march now moves onto Worksop today. Marchers enjoyed drinks in the Red Lion at the end of their march. There was plenty of red, white and blue on show at the demo. Leave Means Leave marchers walk past Doncaster Minster.