Planned tree felling by HS2 thwarted by environmental activists, Harefield, UKAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Harefield, UK. 8 February, 2020. HS2 engineers move equipment along Harvil Road in the Colne Valley to be used to facilitate the felling of trees for the high-speed rail link. Environmental activists from Save the Colne Valley, Stop HS2 and Extinction Rebellion based at a series of wildlife protection camps in the area prevented tree felling work, for which road and rail closures had been implemented, for the duration of the weekend over which it had been scheduled.
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- 2020-02-08 Tree protectors thwart HS2 plans to fell Harvil Road trees