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Dragged from their tunnels and trees, the last remaining campaigners have been evicted from a protest base camp set up to block construction of the controversial 90 million pound Hastings to Bexhill Link Road.
Tunnel protester Simon "Sitting Bull" Medhurst has been evicted from his tunnel at the Combe Haven Valley camp.
He said he was allowed out of his 14ft hole last night as temperatures dropped below freezing, but has now been dug out.
The activist is among around 20 protesting in the area against a £94 million link road due to run through historic woodlands.
Tunnel protester Simon "Sitting Bull" Medhurst has said he was allowed out of his 14ft hole last night as temperatures dropped below freezing.
The Combe Haven Valley activist said he came to an agreement with bailiffs at the protest camp, outside Crowhurst, and re-entered the tunnel this morning.
It's thought this tree protester will be evicted in the next few ours as bailiffs remove the last protesters in the Combe Haven Valley dispute.
Activists camping in Combe Haven Valley as part of protests against a £94million link road between Hastings and Bexhill are now hemmed in by fences.
Bailiffs are expecting to remove the remaining activists this morning after temperatures plummeted overnight.
VIDEO: Bailiffs have moved in to evict protesters who are campaigning at Combe Haven against the building of a link road between Hastings and Bexhill. Andy Dickenson reports.
Bailiffs have moved in to evict protestors who are campaigning at Combe Haven against the building of a link road between Hastings and Bexhill.