CAMPAIGNERS against a new high school in Stoke-by-Nayland are to send another formal response to the Government about the proposal.
Compass, a campaign group of parents and community members, plans to submit a further formal response to the Department for Education next month.
It is calling for questions, or any concerns about the proposed “free school”, to be sent to the group for inclusion in its report.
The Department for Education rejected initial plans for a new school in October.
A Suffolk charity, the Seckford Foundation, which runs an independent school in Woodbridge, has backed the plans.