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This is a reminder that a team from the HS2 High Speed rail link will be in our community centre tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd February to answer all your questions. From 2pm to 8pm you can drop in at any time, see maps, plans and find out more about how the project will impact on the Aylesbury area.

The government's HS2 website says, "Parts of our transport network are full to capacity. This makes it hard for people and business to move freely and isolates parts of the country. Good transport networks open up paths and create opportunity. We're investing in HS2 to help free up our transport networks and bring our country together." Share your thoughts with the HS2 team.

For how to find us, click here.

For the government's HS2 engine for growth website, click here.

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