Posts that relate to events within the Parish
Free Film Festival!
–Four great family films to watch for free in CMK
-Part of the MK50 celebrations
On Saturday 24 June the Film Cube will be showing four great blockbuster films at a free event in Fred Roche Gardens, 406 Silbury Boulevard, Central Milton Keynes MK9 2ND behind Christ the Cornerstone Church.
The event has been possible thanks to a donation from Ringway, the Council’s highway service provider as part of the MK50 celebrations.
The films and showing times are as follows:
3pm The Lion King (U)
4:45pm Toy Story (PG)
6:20pm Ant-Man (12)
8:30pm The Martian (12)
There will also be food stalls, a bar, face-painting and crafts and lots more
Parks Trust Event
Date: 5th – 6th November 2016
Location: Woughton Orchard
10am start on 5th November and 1pm start on 6th November.
Join Virtual Orchard Cidery Orchard at Woughton on the Green for a great family day out helping pick this years cider apple crop.
It’s hard work and good fun but what’s more we’ll supply free mulled cider, cider and apple juice whilst you pick.
Follow the red way from the entrance to the community orchard on the Newport Road (near the Swan Pub). Come for as short or long a time as you like, all help is gratefully received.
Bring along: something to kneel on like a bin liner as the ground can be wet, a packed lunch, warm clothing.
For more information see www.facebook.com/events/1287668287918029/
Age Range: All Welcome
Woughton Orchard, Newport Road, Woughton on the Green
For more details visit the Parks Trust website here.
Following last year’s inaugural exhibition
WOUGHTON HERITAGE PRESENTS
‘WOUGHTON, A CHANGING LANDSCAPE’
An historical and social study of Woughton (pre New Town) set against the backcloth of a developing world.
Saturday 10th September 2016: 10 – 5pm
Sunday 11th September 2016: 2 – 5pm
Monday 12th September 2016: 10 – 2pm
The exhibition is in association with Heritage Open Days 2016,
Location: St Mary’s Church – Woughton on the Green
If you would like further information or to join Woughton Heritage, please contact The Secretary at:
For further details about all the Heritage Open Days visit their website here.
To see an online brochure of the events visit the website here.
The Heritage Open Days 2016 are organised by the Living Archive, part of the Milton Keynes Collection. You can visit the Milton Keynes Collection website here.
ALLOTMENT OPEN DAY – SATURDAY 16TH JULY
A chance, from ten until four o’clock, to catch up with the latest developments on The Patch Allotments. Pick up ideas for your own gardening aspirations, from the best of conventional to the plain quirky but effective.
The beehives are now comfortably settled into their apiary and the bees are busily engaged in finding and pollenating the start of this year’s crops of vegetables, fruit, flowers and lots more.
The hens range freely and supply a steady flow of fresh eggs. The Shop is fully stocked with the essentials that help keep dedicated plot holders on their seasonal track.
There’ll be refreshments throughout the day – FREE until THREE! That’s hot & cold drinks of choice with nibbles, cakes, biscuits, and salad with barbequed sausages and burgers; all while stocks last, so come early for an alfresco lunchtime experience PAA-style – a glass of your own wine is welcome at your own discretion.
And, new this year, the PAA will be offering guided allotment tours spread through the day, when guests and visitors can savour the stories behind the event’s happenings on the allotments in your community – see you on Saturday 16 July?
… & COMING LATER
Keep free for Saturday 6 August – VEGETABLE SHOW.offs 2016 is coming and will be your chance to enjoy the Allotments’, Best of the season so far.
Milton Keynes Marathon takes place this Monday the 2nd May. There will be a number of road closures at different times when the Marathon and related events take place. A map of the route is shown here.
For further information on road closures visit the Milton Keynes Council website here.
The MK Marathon website is here.
MK Marathon Facebook page.
Get advice about staying safe whether at home, work, online or out and about at a special event taking place at the CentreMK, Milton Keynes, Friday 29 and Saturday 30 April.
Co-ordinated by Thames Valley Police, police teams will be on-hand alongside partners and charities including Crimestoppers, online security advice service Get Safe Online and Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, to speak to you.
The Keeping Safe in Thames Valley event takes place in Middleton Hall from 9.30am-4pm.
On Friday (29/4), Get Safe Online will be running three workshops through the day to deliver online safety advice to local school pupils, a group of older people and Thames Valley businesses.
While the event is happening in Milton Keynes, it is open to Thames Valley residents of all ages and will provide a great opportunity to ask questions and get advice in an informal setting.
There will be a display organised by the Roads Policing Team and interactive games and activities.
For more information about crime prevention, see the Thames Valley Police website,