Campaigners want every voter in Britain to be given a say on plans for a high speed railway through our area.
The Stop HS2 group are backing an MP's calls for a referendum on the multi billion pound project.
Dorset MP Christopher Chope wants to ask the public whether taxpayers' money should go towards the cost of building work.
Stop HS2 Campaign Manager Joe Rukin said:“Despite the fact we keep being told there is political consensus for HS2, it seems that politicians still have a lot of questions which need to be answered.
For a Bill to be put forward for a public referendum on HS2 by MPs who the majority of whom are well away from the route of HS2, along with the House of Lords announcing a new inquiry shows there is significant disquiet in Parliament about HS2.”