…..of thousands. “Kate Bush fans must be gutted. They thought they were seeing the most amazing show in the land tonight. Instead – MK Dons 4 – Man Utd 0 !”
We’ve had an email from Simon Elcock (Places for People) apologising for the mess over the satellite system. He says that the operators FTTH will be fitting a replacement part today (Wednesday 13th) which they think will resolve the problem.
The person dealing with it at FTTH is Mark Lovegrove on [email protected] or 07891 548936.
Wednesday 20 August 10 am to 3 pm
Piggy Back, Water Relay, Tug-o-war, Sack Race, Long Jump, Team & individual races, Space Hopper Race and more!
FREE For the Whole Family
PLEASE WALK (parking very limited) AND BRING A PICNIC
The Parish Council, which includes Willen Park, next meets this Wednesday (13th) at 7.30 pm in the parish offices at the Neath Hill Local Centre, Tower Crescent, Neath Hill.
I am delighted after much chasing by myself MK Council has finally resurfaced the Tickford Roundabout on London Road and more of the A509 to the M1.
The Lib Dem Focus Team and I are being inundated with complaints by residents about potholes, poor quality of pavements, long grass, overgrown bushes blocking footpaths and covering street signs, missing directional and street signs and weeds in gutters.
This can all be summarised as environmental neglect by the Council. Residents are not happy that the place where they live is starting to look run down and neglected.
When the Lib Dems ran the Council the environment was a priority and we call on the Council to do better.
The Focus Team and I have reported all the faults reported by residents and demand that the Council takes action.
At last, after much chasing by the Focus Team, MK Council has fixed the worst of the potholes around the roundabout at the junction of Wolverton Rd/High St/Marsh End Rd. A pity they didn’t repair them all when they were there.
On Monday 4th August at 10.45 pm the Royal British Legion, St Peter and St Paul’s Church and Newport Pagnell Town Council have joined forces to commemorate the start of World War 1.
There will be a candle vigil and the names of those who gave their lives will be called out. Please bring your own candle.
Residents are invited to gather at the War Memorial outside the Church at 10.45 pm everyone will enter the Church and at 11 pm, 100 years after the exact moment World War 1 was declared, the candles will be blown out.
Tomorrow (31st July) Thames Valley Police are holding an online discussion with Milton Keynes residents about burglary in their Local Policing Area (LPA).
The end of year crime figures released in April this year showed that burglary in Milton Keynes had reduced by 9 percent, and it’s one of the LPA’s key priorities to ensure that it continues to reduce this year.
However, residents of Milton Keynes still express concern about the number of burglaries in the LPA and for this reason, officers want to provide crime prevention advice and answer any questions that residents may have about their home security.
Residents of Milton Keynes can join the online discussion which will be taking place between 11.30am-12.30pm by clicking on this link:
For more information please follow MK Police on Twitter @TVP_MK (www.twitter.com/tvp_mk)
For more about the Pavilion’s Summer Programme starting this week, and to book:
- email [email protected],
- phone 01908 662054
- or visit BroughtonPavilionMiltonKeynes on Facebook.