HS2 Jones' Hill Wood Camp Eviction Aylesbury ValeAdd to Lightbox Download
An anti-HS2 tree protector looks down from a tree alongside a makeshift tree house about 60 feet above ground during evictions by National Eviction Team bailiffs working on behalf of HS2 Ltd from a wildlife protection camp in the ancient woodland which inspired Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox at Jones’ Hill Wood on 1 October 2020 in Aylesbury Vale, United Kingdom. Around 40 environmental activists and local residents, some of whom living in tree houses, were present during the evictions at Jones’ Hill Wood which had served as one of several protest camps set up along the route of the £106bn HS2 high-speed rail link in order to resist the controversial infrastructure project.
- Copyright 2020 Mark Kerrison
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