The facilities and services available to those who live within the parish of Old Woughton are listed here, with brief descriptions. If you know of a service that you think we should include on this site that would benefit other residents of the Parish, please email the details through to the parish clerk or fill in the form at the bottom of the page.
The Patch Allotments is one of the largest sites in Milton Keynes and it is the responsibility of Old Woughton Parish Council. To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Allotments page.
Borough Ward Councillors
Old Woughton Parish is part of Campbell Park and Old Woughton Ward. There are 3 Ward Councillors, their contact details are below:
Councillor Paul Trendall (Liberal Democrat)
c/o Civic Offices, 1 Saxon Gate East, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3EJ
Tel no: 07793 080425 e-mail: email@example.com
No. 18 Bus Service
The number 18 bus links our Parish to central Milton Keynes, including the station, and to Bletchley taking in the Parishes of Campbell Park and of Simpson and Ashland.
The northbound service currently runs at hourly intervals Monday to Saturday, except Public Holidays. The first bus of the day arrives in Woughton on the Green at 08:23 and the last bus is at 17:23.
The southbound service currently runs at hourly intervals Monday to Saturday, except Public Holidays. The first bus of the day arrives in Woughton on the Green at 08:38 and the last bus is at 17:38.
The more people who use the service the more likely it is to remain available.
For more precise details, click here to view the No. 18 bus timetable and route map.
Concessionary fares from Sunday 4th September 2016.
All in 1 MK card holders (5-19 year olds)
Single trip £1
10 trip ticket £10
Weekly pass £8.50
4-weekly pass £27.00
These new fares give excellent value for money for children and young people. Details on how to apply for an All in 1 card can be found on the Council’s website here.
Alternatively there are leaflets in the reception area of the Civic Offices.
Community Car Service Scheme
If you struggle to attend medical or other essential appointments, or social activities then you can contact the community car service scheme and they will help you. Maybe you can offer your services to those who are in need of transport. If so, contact them by any of the following means:
All residents of Passmore are automatically members of the association and entitled to attend any of the social functions organised by the committee. For more about the Passmore Residents Association go to the Local Groups page.
Sports arena for organised activities and a sports pavilion
Newport Road, Woughton on the Green MK6 3EA
This facility is now managed by 1Life on behalf of Milton Keynes Council. For Party/Function Enquiries and Sport Facility Hire 01908 665337.
For more information about what is available visit the 1Life website here.
There are 4 post boxes within the parish :-
Passmore, 50 metres into the estate from the V8, Marlborough Street.
Woughton Park, located on the north side of Castle Rose close to the junction with Newport Road.
Woughton on the Green South, located on the left about 30 metres up The Green from Newport Road, just past the entrance to Ye Olde Swan car park.
Woughton on the Green North, at the entrance to Baskerfield Grove, just off Newport Road.
Pubs and Restaurants
Mercure Parkside Hotel for bedrooms, function rooms, meals and a bar website here.
The Olde Swan Public House, lunch and evening dinners website here.
Refuse & Garden Waste collection
Rubbish is generally collected in the parish on Wednesdays.
Clear plastic sacks for recyclable rubbish are available from:
Ikea, Goslington (off Bletcham Way) MK1 1QB
Woughton Community Council Hub, The Local Centre, Garraways, Coffee Hall, Milton Keynes, MK6 5EG 01908 395681
Walnut Community Council, MK Snap Building, 20 Bourton Low, Walnut Tree, MK7 7DE Mon to Fri 10 -2pm 01908 694758
For further information visit the MK Council website here.
St. Mary’s Church
St. Mary’s Church
The church building is predominantly 13th century (1200 AD)The south aisle and porch were added in the 14th century . The church was re-ordered in 1974, in the early days of Milton Keynes. Although this has taken away some of the furniture usually associated with a Parish Church, it does give the visitor the experience of a church that has been successfully adapted to suit the needs of the modern congregation and the community it serves. The 15th century Tower, rises to a height of 60 feet above the ground. Six bells are housed in the chamber, the oldest two dated 1653.
The church forms part of the Woughton Ecumenical Parish, which includes the Church of England, Methodist, United Reformed and Baptist denominations. St. Mary’s Church serves the communities of Woughton on the Green, Woughton Park, Peartree Bridge, Eaglestone. and Passmore. The Minister is the Rev. Paul Norris.
The Parish of Old Woughton is exceptional in that it contains one of the 13 villages taken in by the New Town development in 1967. Woughton is the most ‘unspoilt’ of the villages having been maintained within a grid square and bounded by the Ouzel Valley Parkland, protecting it from much of the character changing consequences of development. At its core, the Scheduled Ancient Monument and extensive Village Greens protect the shrunken medieval village landscape which has resulted in minimal impact to the heart of the Parish and original village.
Woughton Heritage is a local group of volunteers who share an interest in this rich historical and rare heritage landscape.
The group was established in 2015 and has, since its inception delivered three high quality Heritage Open Day exhibitions, attended and displayed work at other events (Archaeology Day; Heritage Festival) and has had over 1,700 people enjoy, share, and learn more about the area from the research achieved to date. Further, the information gathered has contributed to helping to secure a further Village Green and protect local heritage buildings at risk and feed into the Conservation Area review and recently the New Town Register Consultation.
The work has been supported by the Community Foundation and Ward Councillor Grants which have provided the means and resources to produce and display material in a professional and in the most engaging way. Recently, a generous donation in memory of former Councillor Richard Freeman, born locally, will enable us to leave a legacy with a guided walk booklet underway. Something for residents, visitors and future generations to enjoy. We now have over 60 information panels / boards/ maps and posters that provide a wealth of information that can be reused and presented in a ‘pop-up’ fashion making the most use of each piece of research.
We plan to develop a website and platform and other mediums to share our work and celebrate this amazing and very special Parish. In the meantime, if you would like to join the team and participate at any level that suits you (informally or socially, mailing list or major research!) then do contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as exhibitions we have held a number of other events which has allowed us to develop as a group and provide further forums to present our work and bring the community together. We have had Quiz Nights, Coffee mornings and walks and talks.