Climate activists will be holding a protest against Donald Trump’s visit to the town.

Mr Trump will be joined by Boris Johnson and 27 other world leaders at the NATO Summit on Wednesday, December 4 at The Grove Hotel in Chandler's Cross.

But the UK Student Climate Network will gather outside the meeting “to show that Mr Trump and his military are not welcome here” over the President’s plans to leave the Paris Agreement.

The group says the decision would make it “nearly impossible” to keep warming below 1.5C degrees and deliver a sustainable future.

And it also believes Mr Trump should be banned from the UK over “his persistent racism and disrespect for migrants”.

Izzy Warren, an activist with the UK Student Climate Network, said: “When UK politicians welcome a man like Donald Trump, a notorious climate denier, they ignore the voices of the hundreds of thousands of students in the UK who have been striking for almost a year.

“Delaying on climate action is just as dangerous as denying it and young people will fight back against both.”

Freya Freeman-Taylor, an activist from Extinction Rebellion Youth, added: “Militantism and Ignorance are not part of the world we need to build if we are to solve the climate crisis.”

Ahead of Mr Trump’s visit to the town, the White House said in a statement on its website: “President Trump looks forward to meeting with the other NATO Heads of State and government to review the Alliance’s unprecedented progress on burden-sharing, including adding more than $100 billion in new defence spending since 2016.

"The President will also emphasize the need for the NATO Alliance to ensure its readiness for the threats of tomorrow, including those emanating from cyberspace, those affecting our critical infrastructure and telecommunications networks, and those posed by terrorism."

Ahead of the NATO summit, Hertfordshire Constabulary is warning people to stay at home or find other ways of getting to work, with several roads and footpaths set to be closed around the time of the summit.

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Road closures will be in place for the summit

Watford Chief Inspector Matt Phillips said: “Whilst it is inevitable that such a high profile event will cause some disruption, we aim to ensure that any impact on the local residents and businesses is kept to an absolute minimum and are working closely with our partners to achieve this.

“We are now in a position to share information ahead of the event in order to allow the community the time to plan accordingly and mitigate the impact it may have on their day to day lives.

“Increased traffic congestion is anticipated therefore residents and visitors are asked to consider their plans, such as finding alternative means of transport or working from home."