The midweek round-up: The five most read Express stories so far this week

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5.) Home of Windsor archery club to undergo £123,000 redevelopment

The home of a Windsor archery club which has been described as an ‘over-sized garden shed’ is set to be transformed as part of a £123,000 redevelopment.

For more than 65 years, members of the Windsor Forest Bowmen have had to put up with a basic wooden clubhouse at their Home Park headquarters.

4.) Future of Khalsa Secondary Academy to be decided at High Court

A High Court hearing which could decide the future of Khalsa Secondary Academy in Stoke Poges is due to take place next month.

Stoke Poges Parish Council announced on its Facebook page that it has been told the hearing will be held on July 12 and 13 in London.

3.) Search goes on for Windsor Muslim Association's new home

The last class of term was celebrated by Windsor Muslim Association’s weekend school on Saturday, May 28 but the hunt goes on for the group to find a new home.

Children from the group’s weekend homework club gave a presentation in front of proud parents at the end of the class to show off their hard work.

2.) Table service to be rolled out at McDonald's restaurants in Slough

Planning a romantic dinner for two? Table service is now available at three McDonald’s restaurants in Slough.

Following a successful UK trial, customers at the McDonald’s restaurants will be able to select a table on a digital self-order kiosk to have their meals taken to.

1.) Councillors walk out of meeting as Slough Borough Council leader resigns

A number of councillors walked out of a meeting on Tuesday as key changes were made at the top of Slough Borough Council.

At the extraordinary full council meeting, Cllr Rob Anderson resigned from his position as leader of the council before a motion calling for his removal could be discussed.

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