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538 people attended the HS2 information event in our community centre this Tuesday. An HS2 spokesperson said, ""We were thrilled with the huge numbers who came — a record attendance for these events so far. In general, people wanted information and were keen to learn about the project. Of course, some people will never be happy with HS2 but lots of people said that they felt better being more informed. The feedback was also that, in general, there was enough content. We were delighted with the facilities."

if you missed the event and have any questions, call the HS2 helpdesk on 020 7944 4908 or send them an email: hs2enquiries@hs2.org.uk.

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