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Ward Projects

Conservation Area Review

Rightmove MK Marathon 2019

The Great British Spring Clean

Hay Making on the Green

Armistice 100 year Remembrance 2018

Milton Keynes Marathon 2018

Mobile Library at Lucas Place.

Did you know the MK mobile library comes and parks at Lucas Place, Woughton on the Green every other Friday from 11:45 am to 12:15 noon.

Why not keep an eye out for it and hop on board the book bus and access the great facilities it offers.

Don’t have a library card? You can sign up on board.

There are hundreds, maybe thousands of books as well as pink recycling sacks and other media available to borrow.

It is a very underused resource on our doorstep. Lets use it or we may loose it!

Happy reading.

More info:

Third Village Green Status achieved

At the March 2017 meeting of the MK Borough Council Regulatory Committee held in the Civic Offices, Village Green Status was granted to a parcel of open land in the parish of Old Woughton, adjacent to the existing Green, which already has village green status.  This was despite objections raised by the Parks Trust, who lease the land, and the owners, MK Borough Council. The applications had been made within the guidelines of the 2006 Commons Act of Parliament. The necessary time has now passed following the meeting, when an appeal could have been made and so village green status is confirmed.

This is now the third successful VG application following granting of the Woughton Park and Passmore village greens last year. The VG application was submitted by Woughton on the Green resident Philip Nash, also a parish councillor. At the regulatory committee meeting he and parish councillors Charlotte Hall and Andrew Humphries put the case to the committee. This followed  a campaign in which 68 residents had filled in questionnaires to support the application. Thanks are due to all residents who took the time to support the application and fill in the questionnaires. 

The main benefits of registering land as a green are to:

  • secure permanent recording of the land as a town or village green,
  • protect the land from development and other forms of detrimental activity by bringing the registered land within the protection of the nineteenth-century legislation under which it is an offence to build on a green or to interrupt its use or enjoyment by the local community,
  • secure the right of local people to enjoy the land for recreation in perpetuity,
  • give the registered land a new status as land for the community, to be valued and enjoyed,
  • ensure that existing and prospective owners are aware from the outset of the established recreational function of the land, so helping to avoid any future conflicts.

There is one more village green application, for the Orchard, that will be heard by the next Regulatory Committee meeting on the 6th September.

See original Village Green post here.

Patch Allotment Open Day 2017

On Saturday 10am 15th July the allotments threw open its gates for its 10th annual open day.

The marque was up the barbecues were fired up, the food was prepared and laid out.

The weather was overcast  and spitting rain, up till 12 noon when the sun come out, over 100 people attended and, considering the Wimbledon final was on that day, it was a good turnout.

At 3pm the raffle was drawn, there were twenty prizes to win. £127 was raised to put to the Association crowd founding project.

All Ages were there.

and the “boys” in blue.