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Former UKIP candidate writes book about changing face of Slough

Paul Miles

Paul Miles

Former UKIP candidate writes book about changing face of Slough

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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