03:15AM, Thursday 14 February 2013
Interested parties have been having their say on the design and shape of the new Oldfield Primary School site.
The school is relocating from its current location in Chiltern Road to a new site in Bray Road, which is scheduled to open in September next year.
The Royal Borough held two 'engagement events' in the past week as part of a design consultation.
On Tuesday more than 100 people gathered at Oldfield Primary School to look over design boards outlining ideas for the look of the new site.
A second event took place yesterday at High Street Methodist Church in King Street, Maidenhead.
The relocation of the school has been motivated by the need to accommodate the increasing number of children living in the area.
All of the feedback from the two events will be incorporated into the final design of the new building before a planning application is submitted.
The consultation closes on Monday, February 25.
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