12:06PM, Monday 08 April 2013
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.
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.
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