THE next round of the country-wide youth climate strikes will be taking place tomorrow, as students once again leave their schools to campaign for the planet.

The Salisbury strikes will begin at 11am in Guildhall Square.

Protests in the city began in March last year, as pupils wanted to send a message to the government to take more immediate action on climate change, both in the UK and globally.

More than 100 schools will be striking across the UK tomorrow.

To help mark the one-year milestone for Salisbury and the UK, Bath Youth Climate Alliance and Bradford-on-Avon Youth Strike for Climate will be coming to the city to support the Salisbury protest group, Youth Strike for Climate Salisbury.