Campaign group urges people to sign HS2 petition

By Antony Clay | 27/09/2017

Campaign group urges people to sign HS2 petition
HS2 LTD recently held a public information event at Dearne Valley Leisure Centre to tell people what happens next. 171552-3

PEOPLE who are against a high speed rail planned to cut through Rotherham and the Dearne Valley are being urged to sign a protest petition against it.

Campaign group Stop HS2 wants people to sign up to try and get a rethink on the multi-billion pound project.

The line is set to cut through the district from Aston and Bramley up to Mexborough and the Dearne Valley after getting the green light in the summer.

HS2 has recently held information events in the district to try and win over public opinion.


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