Entries by Philip

MK Highways News

Welcome to the March edition of the MK Highways newsletter. In this edition is a round up of the latest news, events and information from the Council’s Highways team. Every day the Highways team receives a large volume of queries and reports of issues affecting the highway network. Each enquiry received by the team is […]

Falconhurst School visit to the Patch Allotments

Two groups of year 5 students from the Falconhurst School in Eaglestone enjoyed a field trip to the Patch Allotments on Thursday the 25th February. The visit was hosted by the Chair and the Secretary of the Patch Allotments Association (PAA), Les Burgess and John Such. The visit started with a “class room” session in […]

Road works on Saxon Street

The following notice has been issued by Milton Keynes Council :- Please be aware that there is a road closure in place for the V7 Saxon Street, Bletchley on Thursday 3 and Friday 4 March between 7pm and 5:30am for road resurfacing. Diversion signage will be in place for road users. This resurfacing work is […]

Assault on Peartree Bridge

Did you see assault on Peartree Bridge? At approximately 6.15pm on Thursday (18/2), the victim was walking along the redway from Fishermead on to Peartree Bridge when three men approached him. One jumped on the victim’s back and wrapped his arms around victim’s chest and shoulders while attempting to punch the victim numerous times to […]

Online Fraud

This is an update to a previous alert sent from Action Fraud in November 2015. Fraudsters are setting up high specification websites advertising various electrical goods and domestic appliances. These goods are below market value and do not exist. The website will state you can pay via card; however when the purchaser goes to pay, […]