Animal welfare campaigners will protest outside the home of the largest landowner in Sussex.

Traffic chaos is expected this weekend when dozens of members of the National Anti Snaring Campaign march through Arundel.

They claim wild animals are being “cruelly snared” in the grounds of Arundel Castle, which sits in the South Downs National Park and has been the home of the Duke of Norfolk for more than 850 years.

But managers of the Norfolk Estate, who said they were disappointed the march was going ahead, said their population control methods were approved by Parliament.

For full report see today's Argus.