Camp Locations

Ancient Woodland Protection Camps

Important note: Each camp is very unique and independent of each other. None of these camps ‘belong’ to HS2 Rebellion. All activists are autonomous and many do not associate themselves with any organisation. The aim of HS2 Rebellion is support campaigners who are resisting HS2 and raise awareness of how destructive HS2 is to our communities and environment.

Ancient woodland protection campsLocationMore information
Euston Gardens Protection CampIn front of Euston Station, Euston Road, NW12DU
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Harvil Road Protection CampHarvil Road opposite the Harefield Dogs Trust, West London, UB96JW
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Denham Ford Protection CampDenham Country Park, Denham, Uxbridge, UB9 5PG
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Check below for route options – either by car or train.
Contact: +4474559737446

Denham Camp Wish List

Camp email: denhamwildlifeprotectioncamp@protonmail.com
Wendover Active Resistance campWendover, Buckinghamshire
HP22 6PN
Contact: 07517625579
Jones Hill Woods / Roald Dahl WoodsJones Hill Wood, Bowood Lane, Buckinghamshire. HP22 6PTVisit Jones Hill Wood Facebook Group
Steeple ClaydonNew Poors Piece Conservation Project, Buckinghamshire.
MK1 82HH
Visit Facebook Group
Save Crackley Woods CampCrackley Lane, Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
CV8 2JT
Visit Facebook Group

Crackley Camp Wish List

Contact: 07858317907
Rugby Road Protection Camp
(Evicted on 05.10.2020)
Rugby Road, Royal Leamington Spa.
CV32 7UH
Visit the Facebook page – Rugby Road Protection Camp

Contact: 07858317907

Directions for Denham Ford Protection Camp

Carpark to Denham Protection Camp

The camp is a short walk from Colne Valley visitors centre, or a half hour walk from Denham station.

Denham Station to Denham Protection Camp


For more information please email helpstophs2@gmail.com and HS2Rebellion@gmail.com and check out our Facebook pages. You can also drop us a message on Instagram or Facebook – @HS2Rebellion

Important Note: Each camp is unique, has different principles and consists of various movements of people all helping to resist HS2. Camps do not ‘belong’ to HS2 Rebellion since all camps are autonomous and decentralised.