Campaigners who had launched a protest on a test drilling site in England have been removed.
Six people were arrested during an operation to remove a group of anti-fracking protesters from a test drilling site.
In April last year, campaigners set up camp at Upton, near Chester, in order to prevent testing by energy company IGas.
However, in November the protesters were served with a court order compelling them to leave.
A spokesman for Cheshire Police said two men had been arrested for “obstructing” officers.
Meanwhile another man was arrested for “obstructing” the highway.
Another man and woman were arrested for obstructing a high court officer and another man was arrested for failing to comply with a Section 35 notice.
More than 20 dispersal notices had also been handed out.