THERE are just six days for residents to say 'no' to High Speed 2.

But an action group have assured Buckinghamshire householders help is at hand to answer the Government's public consultation.

July 29 is the cut off point to respond to the questions.

Great Missenden Stop HS2 gave villagers advice last week and provides information on its website.

Chiltern District Councillor Seb Berry, who was elected on May 5 as an Independent on his anti-HS2 stance said:

"The mood at the advice session in Great Missenden was one of quiet determination to see off HS2, but also very real anger at a Government that has blighted peoples' lives so needlessly in this way.

“A massive stop HS2 response to the consultation is absolutely essential to give us the platform for the final months of campaigning before the Government's decision this December."

"A typical Government consultation receives just a few hundred responses and it's very rare for members of the public to participate.

“The three Great Missenden advice sessions alone have already produced more responses than that on HS2 but we need many more.

“I think that the Prime Minister and Mr Hammond are going to be quite shocked at the scale of the stop HS2 consultation response locally and around the country and the political implications for the Government should they be foolish enough to press on."

Alison Munro, Chief Executive of HS2 Ltd, said:“I have been urging people to read the consultation materials and answer the seven questions that have been set.

“It is important that we get as many responses as possible so that a detailed report can be given to the Secretary of State to help inform his decision-making on the London to West Midlands link and the future direction of high speed rail.”

Once the consultation closes on 29 July all the responses received will be analysed by an independent company and a report submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport, Philip Hammond.

He will announce the Government’s decision by the end of the year.