Supporters of a new secondary school are piling on the pressure for a temporary site to be approved as National Offer Day looms.

In seven days (March 1) 180 boys - who were destined for Bullers Wood School for Boys before a late u-turn - will be informed of their future.

Two thousand people are campaigning for a temporary site to open in September for a boy's version of Bullers Wood.

As well as a relentless social media campaign - a third march is planned for Sunday (February 25).

The previous march was attended by up to 800 people.

Councillor Peter Fortune said he appreciated "that anxiety is growing" and two temporary sites were being considered.

He also described the support of parents and children as "Herculean efforts".

MP Bob Neill has met with the Secretary of State to discuss Bullers Wood.

The upcoming march will start at The Churchill Gardens at 3pm before embarking to St Hugh's Playing Field - the site where Buller's was approved in October 2017.

This was a second application after a first one was rejected. However, when an independent planning inspectorate highlighted traffic safety concerns from an appeal for the first application - the second one, which was already approved, was then rejected.

A council meeting is planned for Monday (February 26) where councillors and supporters are expected to maintain pressure.