Extinction Rebellion protesters from Stroud caused £25K damage to Shell's headquarters, court hears
EXTINCTION Rebellion protestors caused £25,000 worth of damage when they glued themselves to Shell's headquarters in London, a court heard. The oil giant had to pay £15,000 to repair smashed glass work and another £10,000 to remove paint from the office block near The London Eye. Seven people, six of who are from Stroud, denied causing criminal damage to the building when they appeared at City of London Magistrates Court. Carpenter James Saunders, 40, grave digger Simon Bramwell, 47, business owner Katerina Hasapopoulos, 41, carer Jane Augsburger, 54, retired teacher Senan Clifford, 58, salesman Ian Bray, 52 and landscape consultant David Lambert, 60, were bailed to appear at Southwark Crown Court on October 4.