This year the Pride of MK awards recognised the great work Barbara Reeves is doing for residents who need a helping hand.
About Rebecca Kurth
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Entries by Rebecca Kurth
Please let us know whether you would want some of your parish precept (tax) money spent on providing bins if the Borough Council is unable or unwilling to fund them
We would welcome suggestions from our residents about how we might achieve the best results within the limited budget.
Overall, we do not believe the current plans will create a high quality of development in the landmark tradition of the original Point.
CMK Town Council is co-funding 10 young people from the parish to produce a film about Central Milton Keynes.
“We will continue to press MK Council, as well as local employers, to find a long term solution to help residents,” says Councillor Ashbury.
Come along to the grand opening and fun fair and see what people power and creative thinking can achieve!
CMK Town Council has succeeded in getting MK Market officially listed as an “Asset of Community Value.”
“What a phenomenal achievement this will be for the people of Milton Keynes if it finally goes into planning law,” says Paul Hunt, joint chair of the CMK Alliance and MD of John Lewis MK.
FIGHTING FOR RESIDENTS’ PARKING: CAMPBELL PARK & CMK SCRATCH CARDS
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