Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to hold a political rally in Milton Keynes on Monday afternoon (14/08), the party has announced.
The left wing politician has not yet announced where the speech will take place but you can sign up to attend on the Labour South East website.
Corbyn, 68, will be targeting the city after coming within 2,000 votes of winning Milton Keynes North and Milton Keynes South at the 2017 General Election.
Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart, both Conservative MPs, held their seats as Theresa May was voted into power with a minority Tory government.
Despite losing the election Corbyn has not resigned and is hoping to gain further support ahead of 2022 where he will hope to win the Milton Keynes seats.
He has recently come under fire for refusing to condemn Venezuela president Nicolás Maduro for the crisis unfolding in the country after he had previously praised the regime.