More than 70 activists have been detained during the actions that included "lock-on" blockades at the gates of the Preston New Road fracking site, the 2BR broadcaster reported.
The media outlet added citing a representative from Reclaim the Power that hundreds of people participated in the anti-fracking activities aimed at disrupting the activities of Cuadrilla.
According to the news outlet, during the last July event a woman strapped herself to a barrel near the Preston New Road.
In October 2016, London issued a permit to Cuadrilla to carry out fracking at Preston New Road, overturning the decision of Lancashire County Council to ban such activities in the area. In January, the company started construction of the infrastructure at the site, causing protests of local residents and environmentalists.
Hydraulic fracturing or fracking is a technology that allows extracting shale hydrocarbons by injecting pressurized toxic liquid into the ground. Fracking has been largely criticized by its opponents for the risks posed to environment and people's health, as well as for the tremors caused by the technology.