The four were members of the Save The Newchurch Guinea Pigs group which aimed to shut down David Hall and Partners.
What does SNGP stand for?
SNGP stands for Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs
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- CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School (Singapore)
- St. Nicholas Girls' School (Singapore)
- Sint-Niklaasinstituut Gemeente Zwevegem (Netherlands; St. Nicholas Church Institute Zwevegem)
- School of Natural Healing (est. 1945)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Under the banner of Save The Newchurch Guinea Pigs.
Days later Ablewhite founded Save The Newchurch Guinea Pigs protest group and the terrible crusade with Whitburn and Mayo, from Edgbaston, and Smith, of Wolverhampton, began.
A Staffordshire police spokesman said: "The force has spoken to the Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs protest group.
Protesters set up the Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs campaign to stop the animals being used in laboratory experiments and also began a campaign of intimidation.
The warning came as John Ablewhite - a supply teacher who is thought to be ringleader of the Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs group - told supporters he planned to teach children about "animal rights and veganism".
The main protest group, Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs, denied any knowledge of the attack and described it as "sick and horrendous".
More than 200 supporters of the Save The Newchurch Guinea Pigs campaign gathered to raise public awareness of Darley Oaks Farm near Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.