Riding charity in Milton Keynes receives help

April 12, 2018 by  

Ride High, which encourages children, is getting help in Milton Keynes from a manufacturer.

Ride High is all about boosting the self-esteem of children. Caring for [Read more]

National charity drive launched from Milton Keynes

March 11, 2018 by  

A charity based within Milton Keynes has initiated a campaign to raise money for medical research.

The campaign is focusing on brain tumours. Awareness of tumours shall be raised by a [Read more]

Milton Keynes ranked highly for prosperity

February 12, 2018 by  

The Centre for Cities, a think-tank, has noted that Milton Keynes is demonstrating economic progress.

The Centre for Cities undertakes an annual survey of economic health. For almost a decade, Milton Keynes has been [Read more]

New public art showcased in Milton Keynes

January 7, 2018 by  

Festive Road, an outdoor arts business, has put together a new sculpture within Milton Keynes.

The public art in question is located near the entry of the [Read more]

Alpha Club to open in Milton Keynes

December 13, 2017 by  

It has been announced that an Alpha Club shall be opened within Milton Keynes.

The idea behind the club is that businesspeople can network effectively and receive a boost to [Read more]

Milton Keynes outlines Capital of Culture bid

November 12, 2017 by  

Milton Keynes has submitted its entry to become European Capital of Culture 2023.

The initial phase of the bid from Milton Keynes has a budget amounting to £150,000. However, the town faces stiff competition from [Read more]

Schoolgirl turns down birthday gifts to raise funds for local charity

October 19, 2017 by  

A schoolgirl with a heart of gold refused to accept presents for three birthdays, instead requesting that the money be donated to a Milton Keynes charity benefitting children.

Rebecca Holanda, aged nine, made the decision when she was five years old that she would say [Read more]

Milton Keynes’ Specsavers has one eye on your glasses

September 13, 2017 by  

Specsavers in Bletchley has donated a generous 1,800 pairs of glasses to impoverished countries.

The branch raised the sum from customers over a six-month period. The collection will be presented to [Read more]

World’s tiniest ice cream van to visit Milton Keynes

August 13, 2017 by  

The smallest ice cream van in the world is open for business, in line with intu’s promise to bring a smile to customers’ faces, after a recent study revealed that ice cream increases happiness.

The ‘Nice Cream Van’ stands just [Read more]

Jane Eyre production heads to Milton Keynes

July 11, 2017 by  

Jane Eyre, the Charlotte Bronte classic, has not lost its audience in the 170 years since the story first went into [Read more]

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