A carnival has been erected in a now-closed senior school in Burnham.

Complete with a Helter Skelter and Ferris wheel, the carnival can be seen by residents who live close to the formed E-ACT Burnham Park Academy.

Filming indicators can be seen in the area, with bright pink signs reading 'TB Unit Base' attached to nearby lampposts.

It is known that the school grounds have been used multiple times as a set for Netflix's hit production Heartstopper.

A letter received by local residents which has been sent in to this newspaper states 'Firework' is being filmed by Truham Boys Ltd - the same information given to Maidenhead residents when crews filmed in Woodhurst Road last week.

It comes as a campaign to reopen the school to those in the area has gained traction.

In 2019 the school was closed after a fall in the intake of new pupils, leaving local residents with the choice of a selective grammar school - Burnham Grammar School - or a longer school run.

The ‘New Secondary School for Burnham’ campaign claims that the 70 per cent of local children who do not pass the 11 Plus must therefore travel out of the area to school, costing parents hundreds of pounds a term.

In the most recent update, Buckinghamshire Council said reopening the school is "not viable" and that they are considering selling the site off.