How You Can Help


Have Your Say

Our councillors and Members of Parliament have a duty to represent our opinions to Highways England. Find out how who to contact and what you could say.

Spread The Word

From putting up a sign to spreading the No Expressway message on social media, there are plenty of ways to offer your time and support.


Printing leaflets and posters, travelling to fetes and organising No Expressway events has a cost. Your kind donations help us to keep the campaign running.


Have Your Say


1. Make your voice heard

By signing up to our updates you are joining all the people who oppose the Expressway. The more people that sign up, the stronger our campaign. Sign up now!


2. Sign the petition

The two petitions to sign right now are UK Government and Parliament petition and petition.

3. Register to be a Highways England Stakeholder

Highways England have confirmed that both Individuals and Groups can register to be Highways England Stakeholders for the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway Project. Be the first to know the latest from Highways England, including when and where the Route Options Consultation Process will be. Register now!

4. Write to the key parliamentary ministers

If you only have time to email one person, make it Grant Shapps, the minister with responsibility for making the final decision. Express your objection to the lack of public consultation and visibility, the lack of a Strategic Environmental Assessment, the over-inflated housing targets for the area (without consideration of whether they are in the right location, at the right price), and the ongoing threat of environmental disaster.

If you can spare the time, email other politicians with involvement in the project too — we’ve listed as many of the relevant ones as we can here: 



5. Write to the Oxfordshire Growth Board



6. Write to your local councillors

Voice your objections and ask them how they plan to reflect the views of their local constituents. Click on the logo for your local council to find out who to get in touch with.


Spread the Word


Print off leaflets and hand them out

Click the button below to open up the latest leaflet file and print it out.


Buy a sign for your garden or parish

You’ve seen the signs… Click the button below to request some of your own for your garden or parish.


Print out a poster

Click the button below to browse the latest poster files. Print them out and put up them up wherever you can.


Invite us to your fete or Parish Council meeting

Spreading the word about the Expressway and what everyone can do to stop it, our pagoda loves to travel to local fetes and events.


Spread the word on social media

Twitter: #noexpresswayalliance, #saveotmoor,  @sarahfoxcroft, @hcssaveotmoor

No Expressway Group Facebook Page

No Expressway Alliance Facebook Page

Save Otmoor Facebook Page


Volunteer your skills and expertise

We’re looking for social media experts, marketing whizzes, economists, PR gurus and anyone with the time and inclination to help us to stop the Expressway.



We Urgently Need Your Help to…

… help us run the campaign and pay for political consultants and other professional experts to bring this campaign to the attention of Westminster as well as local politicians, and to prepare for Planning Inspectorate processes.

  • £10 could pay for one roadside Correx poster

  • £15 could pay for one roadside poster on a wooden stake

  • £20 could pay for one A1 printed colour poster for our pagoda display

  • £35 could pay for 250 A5 printed leaflets for the campaign

  • £70 could pay for one pole and two panels for our travelling pagoda display

  • £150 could pay for one feather flag for our travelling pagoda

  • £180 could pay to run this website for one year

  • £300 could pay for a 3 minutes of an Expressway Story

  • £500 could pay for a 5 minutes of an Expressway Story

  • A greater or other amount could contribute to the cost of political consultants or professional support for our campaign in general and in preparation for Planning Inspectorate hearings.

If you are able to donate time, skills or services instead, please contact us here.

For more information about the No Expressway Group click here.

Please note:

The No Expressway Group has a group bank account to which the Chair, Secretary and Treasurer are signatories. The group will publish accounts on each year which will be audited by an accountant from outside the NEG group.

If any funds are left at the end of the campaign, these will be donated equally between RSPB and BBOWT.