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A CAMPAIGN group protesting against proposed plans to build on former green belt land have stepped up their efforts to have the site removed from the council’s plans.

One campaigner has even bought a banner to put outside her house, directly opposite the proposed access road to the site.

The group are protesting against Wycombe District Councils proposal to potentially develop on Slate Meadow, which separates Bourne End and Wooburn Green.

Miriam Blazey, who had five t-shirts and a large banner printed, said: “It (the banner) was the easiest way to let people know about the development and the work we are doing.

“This house is directly opposite Frank Lunnon Close which is one of the proposed access roads onto the site.”

Mrs Blazey has now displayed the banner on the fence in her front garden which will hopefully alert even more people in the area to the potential development.

The house on Cores End road is directly opposite a potential access road to the site which would increase traffic on the already busy road.

Mrs Blazey added: “The group are trying to get at least two more banners and we may use some old boards that the Bourne End Residents Association has from the last time Slate Meadow was a proposed area for development.”