03:38PM, Monday 25 April 2016
The changes of the last 60 years in Slough are the subject of a new book written by a former UKIP parliamentary candidate.
Ken Wight, of Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, held a book signing at High Street’s WH Smith on Saturday.
More then 40 copies of his book, ‘A Life Most Ordinary’, were sold by the author who described the event as a ‘great success’.
In the book, Ken, who has been involved with UKIP for six years, delves into his six decades of living in the borough.
However it is not just a nostalgic piece, Ken also addresses how the UK’s EU membership has affected Slough and other towns across the country.
The book is self-published and available to buy from junepress.com
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