Benone Protest | Police ‘anticipate issuing enforcement notices in days ahead’
Police have warned of impending enforcement notices after group calling itself ‘Freedom Alliance Island of Ireland’ held a protest on Saturday afternoon on Benone Beach.
A large crowd gathered on the beach, including some from the Ballymena area.
On the group’s website, it says: ‘We will protect the sovereign, inalienable rights of the people-the right to life, freedom, bodily integrity, movement, speech, association, property and religious belief-across the island of Ireland.’
In a statement to Love Ballymena on Sunday morning a police spokesperson said:
“Police were in attendance at a protest at Benone beach on Saturday afternoon. We will review the evidence gathered with a view to identifying any offences committed or breaches of the Health Protection Regulations and anticipate issuing enforcement notices in the days ahead.”