Milton-Keynesia is a magazine picturing life in the City of Milton Keynes. It is a digital magazine, online only, with no paid-for advertising, just lots of interesting MK-focused articles to read, and tons of lovely photos showing Milton Keynes at its best.
The magazine’s regular contributors are:
- Walker Browne with the View from Newport. An author of “slightly nerdy fiction”, Walker Browne gives a view of MK from somewhere which may or may not be part of Milton Keynes!
- Multi-award-winning disability advocate Kerry Thompson looks at accessibility issues.
- Anke with “Natty Knits” - crafty projects for knitting and crochet.
Sport isn’t forgotten, with Chris Walker (Motty’s Mic) writing about MK Dons FC Women, and MK Thunder manager Lauren Cox telling us the latest on ice hockey.
Every issue has a huge “What’s On in Milton Keynes” section, covering everything going on in MK, including film critic Andy Godfrey with “Featuring Film”.
A new issue of Milton-Keynesia goes live every four weeks, around the middle of the month.
Closure Order for Milton Keynes property following drug related anti-social behaviour
A a partial closure order has been placed on a property in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, local police say.
MK Dons announce new Technology Partner
MK Dons have today (11/8) announced its brand new Technology Partner.
Milton Keynes residents reminded not to feed hedgehogs bread or milk as heatwave sees rise in RSPCA calls
The RSPCA is providing online tips on how to help hedgehogs as they reach the annual summer peak time for calls.
Passengers to be hit with more disruption at Milton Keynes Central this weekend with London Euston set to close
More industrial action will be taking place across the rail network on Saturday 13 August, Thursday 18, and Saturday 20 August 2022.
15-year-old boy missing from Milton Keynes
Police are appealing for information to help locate a 15-year-old from Milton Keynes.
Over £4 million funding secured to support sexual violence and domestic abuse victims across Thames Valley
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has today (11/8) announced it has secured over £1.4 million per annum of funding over the next three years to support victims across the Thames Valley.
Woman taken to hospital with serious injuries after lorry crash on M1 in Milton Keynes
Police are appealing for witnesses and footage after a crash on the M1 yesterday evening (10/8).
McDonald's Monopoly set to return to restaurants in Milton Keynes next month
McDonald's has announced the much-anticipated return of its annual Monopoly competition.
Boy, 16, found with sword during stop and search in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police say a 16-year-old boy from Milton Keynes has been charged and remanded following a stop and search in Bletchley.
Residents urged not to have bonfires after local fire service receives almost 70 calls since beginning of July
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue have attended 68 bonfires since the beginning of July.
Fourth alleged IS 'Beatle' Aine Davis charged with terrorism offences after arrest at Luton airport
A man alleged to be the fourth member of the so-called Beatles Islamic State terror cell has been charged with terrorism offences after being deported to England by Turkish authorities.
First ever open day to take place at Milton Keynes Blue Light Hub this Saturday
The Blue Light Hub in West Ashland, Milton Keynes, will throw open its doors to the public for the first time on Saturday with an Open Day.