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MP to meet Stoke Poges residents over Sikh school plans
MP Dominic Grieve will be in Stoke Poges tomorrow evening to discuss proposals for a new Sikh school in the village.
The plans to build the Khalsa Secondary Academy in Hollybush Hill have caused uproar among residents, and Stoke Poges Parish Council has invited Mr Grieve to attend a public meeting to answer questions about the plans.
The meeting will be standing room only, aside from those who have difficulty standing, and questions had to be submitted in advance to the clerk.
Mike Appleyard, the county council’s cabinet member for education, and South Bucks District Council leader Adrian Busby have also been invited.
The meeting is from 7 - 9pm at The Stoke Poges School in Rogers Lane.