15th March - Stand for the trees in Warwickshire

In April the despicable HS2 plan to fell 3 areas of precious local Ancient Woodland: Broadwells and Birches Wood and part of Crackley Woods. Join us, Gail Bradbrook, and friends to walk amongst our Ancient Trees and show the Government how strongly you feel about this terrible assault on our ecological heritage. We will gather […]

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UPDATED Monday 24th: Chainsaws coming for Broadwells Ancient Woodland

HS2 chainsaws are coming for Broadwells Ancient Woodland! In the last week HS2 Ltd have been stepping up their work in the ancient woodlands surrounding Kenilworth, with action being taken to prevent birds from nesting, which we see as a clear indication that they intend to start felling ancient woodland soon. On monday 24th Febrauary […]

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Upcoming Events Calendar (Colne Valley, Steeple Claydon, Cubbington, London and beyond)

Sunday March 15th. Resistance Rally - Stand for the Ancient Trees. A solidarity walk through the ancient woodlands of Broadwells and Crackley in Warwickshire with Gail Bradbrook and friends. These ancient woodlands are under imminent threat from HS2. Our camp at Crackley is threatened with eviction and this is a cry for support for these […]

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Vigil for the trees

A VIGIL FOR THE TREES Come and honour the beauty of our woodland before it is lost to us. Join us for a vigil at the beautiful spot by the River Colne where the Red Rebel Brigade bore witness at our 'Stand for the Trees' walk in December. Now that Boris has given the go […]

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Urgent Call for Help at Harvil Road from Today

17/2/20: Lots of activity at Gate 3, Harvil Road this morning... 100 tonne crane, heavy concrete pumping plant and trucks with unknown cargo have turned up. The feeling is they may be looking to start test drilling or even get the full pile driver in this week. Numbers are real thin here, so we need […]

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Please share the live-streams far and wide.

Earlier posts have details regarding this weekend’s actions and please do come in person if you can. But if you can’t, please take some time on your social media to share the live-streams and raise awareness. All videos can be viewed here: https://facebook.com/XRebellionUK/video_grid/?ref=page_internal It’s expected that embarrassment and public unease could have a real impact […]

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Updated with current maps! Stand for the Colne Valley

The Colne Valley is a beautiful area of West London with a rich mix of wet woodland, streams, lakes and woods, providing habitats for water voles, kingfishers, eels, badgers, bats and countless more. It sits above a chalk aquifer that provides 22% of Londons drinking water. All this is under threat from HS2 as they […]

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Harvil Road Felling Update

🎙🎙This weekend (8th and 9th February) we anticipate tree felling on the Harvil Road and along the side of the Chiltern Railway line. We have forced HS2 to cancel their felling of these trees on at least two occasions. We need to be there to stand for the trees. 🛣⛔️🌳The road closure is in place […]

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London Event TOMORROW (Tues 4/2/20) & Denham Update

Science Museum Tomorrow Boris Johnson is attending a COP26 launch event tomorrow, Tuesday 4th February at the Science Museum, Exhibition Road, SW7 2DD. Join us there from 8.00am. At this point in time, whilst he still has not made a decision about the massively damaging HS2, the ecocide continues along the proposed route. Even on […]

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CALLING ALL TREE PROTECTORS

CALLING ALL TREE PROTECTORS. MONDAY 3rd February onwards. 🙏🏽💚🌳🙏🏽💚🌳🙏🏽💚🌳🙏🏽💚 HS2 will commence extensive tree felling and wet woodland clearance in denham country park. Bridges and roads will go in across our precious chalk stream and across the wet woodland. Water Voles, kingfisher, European eels, 12 protected species of bats, red listed willow tits, and over […]

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