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Events Plateau Community Facility Update

The Parks Trust and Central Milton Keynes Town Council have announced that they are ending their collaboration on a new £4.5m pavilion in Campbell Park, due to difficulties with the lease agreements. The proposed building, by award-winning architects Stanton Williams, was designed to accommodate a performance hall, meeting rooms and community facilities for the Town […]

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World Mental Health Day Exhibition

Milton Keynes Youth Cabinet will be launching their Mental Health exhibition at the Central Milton Keynes Library on the 10th October – World Mental Health Day. During the summer months, the Youth Cabinet ran a completion named Mental Health and Me: MK in which young people submitted entries expressing whatever mental health means to them. […]

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CMK Police and Residents’ Forum

Do you have any concerns about safety and security in your area? In that case you are invited to attend the next Police Forum on Wednesday 11th April from 7 to 8pm at Margaret Powell House, Midsummer Boulevard. This new initiative by Thames Valley Police aims to identify the two most pressing issues for local […]

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Ken Baker: My Walk

On the 23rd August, retiring CMK Town Councillor, former MKDC architect and long-term resident Ken Baker led an informal walk through Central Milton Keynes – from Station Square to the Belvedere in Campbell Park. During the walk, Baker proposed a number of interventions, projects and ideas for different locations around CMK to address some of […]

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Recycling: Dos and Don’ts

You’ll hear a lot of different ideas from people about what does and doesn’t go in your clear recycling sacks. Over time the technology has changed, leading to changes in what can and can’t be recycled. The image to the right is Milton Keynes Council’s official guide to what should and shouldn’t go in. Paper […]

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CMK Buildings Demolished for new YMCA Centre

Works have started on a new 8 storey building for the YMCA, which will allow the current complex to be redeveloped. To enable the new building to be built, two single-storey buildings on North Fifth Street have been demolished. The new YMCA building is the first half of a two-phase development. Once it is completed, […]

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Black History Month Celebration

A celebration of Black History Month at the open market in CMK, including a parade with giant sculptures and a range of cultural attractions. This event has been supported by CMK Town Council through our community grants programme. You can find out more about this here.

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Read About MK’s Heritage in “The People’s Stories”

In January 2017, Milton Keynes celebrated its 50th birthday. Inspired by this anniversary, Living Archive MK set out to capture local memories and interviewed more than 50 people. They recorded the stories of a wide range of people, from those early pioneers who arrived 50 years ago, to those who have been drawn here in recent years. […]