The group began organising protest marches after the 2011 general election
A five-year long protest action against the banking crisis by a group based in North Cork comes to an end this morning.
The 'Ballyhea Says No' group says although its protest marches have come to an end, the campaign against the payment of the promissory notes and the winding down of the IBRC bank will continue.
The demonstrations began after the general election in 2011 and are being brought to a close today.
One of the founders, Diarmuid O'Flynn, explains why they started the protest action in the first place: