Five protesters were arrested yesterday morning after blocking the entrance to the Couport armament depot.
They were all from the camp at nearby Peaton Glen, organised by anti-nuclear protesters Trident Ploughshares international nuclear.
The British and Spanish citizens blocked the road at 7am, locking themselves into concrete and metal tubes.
Angie Zelter, who says she is a peace and environment campaigner from Knighton in Wales, said: “British nuclear weapons are illegal and now there is a United Nations Ban Treaty.
“It is imperative that all of us get involved in nonviolent nuclear disarmament as our government is engaged in state terrorism.
The protesters say that the Ministry of Defence road was blocked for two and half hours, but no local people were prevented from travel on public roads.
The camp is due to last until July 16 and the protesters say that as well as blocking roads they may cut perimeter fences to get inside the Faslane and Coulport bases, as well as painting messages and ‘weapons inspections’.
On Saturday a group of the protesters gathered at the north gate of the Faslane base (below) to sing songs celebrating the United Nations vote.