Villagers in Buckinghamshire have staged a protest over plans to clear hundreds of acres of trees and shrubs to make way for HS2.
The work is due to begin next month to make way for the £88 billion railway line.
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The massive rail project is being reviewed amid delays and cost overruns, with a decision expected before the end of the year.
HS2 told us that a larger public event will be held next month to allow residents to voice their concerns.
They also say that tens of thousands of new trees will be planted as part of the construction.