Activists continue occupation of Stop HS2 wildlife protection camp, Harefield, UKAdd to Lightbox Download
Harefield, UK. 21 January, 2020. An activist prepares to unfurl a canopy from a net suspended between trees at the Save the Colne Valley wildlife protection camp. Activists seeking to protect ancient woodland threatened by the HS2 high-speed rail link continue to occupy both the roadside and woodland sites of the camp having retaken it from bailiffs acting on behalf of HS2 on 18th January. 108 ancient woodlands are set to be destroyed by HS2.
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- 2020-01-21 Reoccupation of Stop HS2 Colne Valley protection camp continues