Meeting to discuss future of the Golden Harp

Meeting to discuss future of the Golden Harp

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Paul Miles

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Meeting to discuss future of the Golden Harp

Ideas are being sought on the future of the Golden Harp pub in Maidenhead.

The Furze Platt Action Group (FPAG) has organised a meeting which will take place tomorrow to discuss plans for the pub which closed in December.

Supermarket giant Tesco had applied to convert the Furze Platt Road site into one of its stores but the plans were rejected by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead last month.

Now the FPAG are hoping to have two petitions, which contain a total of nearly 4,000 signatures, discussed by the borough on April 23.

The group want to increase its chances of the pub becoming a community asset and halting any future applications by Tesco.

The meeting will take place at St Pirans School in Gringer Hill at 7.45pm with anybody interested invited to attend.

Contact tescoattheharp@gmail.com

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