Anti-HS2 Activists Remain In Tree At Jones' Hill Wood Camp Aylesbury ValeAdd to Lightbox Download
An anti-HS2 activist crosses between trees about sixty feet above ground at a wildlife protection camp in ancient woodland at Jones’ Hill Wood on 6 October 2020 in Aylesbury Vale, United Kingdom. The Jones’ Hill Wood camp, one of several protest camps set up by anti-HS2 activists along the route of the £106bn HS2 high-speed rail link in order to resist the controversial infrastructure project, is currently being evicted by National Eviction Team bailiffs working on behalf of HS2 Ltd.
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- 2020-10-06 Stop HS2 Jones' Hill Wood eviction