Six of the demonstrators were stopped by police from getting into the road about 8am.
Others sat on the pavement and unfurled the group’s banner while others glued themselves to the surface.
More than a dozen officers and seven police vehicles attended the scene, where one man was detained.
It comes as part of a wider campaign that has seen around 60 protestors from the Extinction Rebellion offshoot disrupt traffic in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
The group said the action was part of a “campaign of nonviolent civil resistance” which is continuing into its eighth week.
The affected roads include the M25 J23 in London, the M56 J6 in Manchester, and the A4400 in Birmingham.
A group of nine Insulate Britain’s supporters have received summons for injunction breaking and are due to attend court on the November16, a spokesperson for the group said.
Diana Warner, 62, a retired GP, said: “One of the important reasons for coming out today was to say we’re all together. It’s not just nine.”
A further 23 summons are expected to follow.
They face the prospect of unlimited fines and prison sentences for contempt of court.
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