A seventy-feet-long banner has been displayed along with posters urging people to save a cemetery under threat from a road development.
The signs have been put up along the Cherry Lane Cemetery in Shepiston Lane, Harlington, to encourage residents to join a second public meeting to protest against the proposal for a dual carriageway across it.
This follows the last meeting in October where more than 500 people opposed the plans put forward by BAA. The development would aid the relocation of junction 4 of the M4 in the event of Heathrow being expanded.
At the meeting, Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell and Hillingdon borough council-lor Keith Burrows vowed to stand against bulldozers if the plans go ahead.
The next meeting will be held at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Botwell Lane, Hayes next Wednesday at 7.30pm.