MK Job Show 2018
The MK Job Show took place on the 26th and 27th of January this year at Middleton Hall.
The MK Job Show provides direct access to a huge range of vacancies across numerous industry and business types from entry level vacancies to senior exec level.
As well as all the stalls, there was also seminars throughout the day covering a wide range of job-seeking advice, from improving your CV through to interview technique.
MKFM were there over the whole weekend, you can hear our chats with some of the businesses that attended below.
University of Bedfordshire
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust - Offender Care
Chevron Traffic Management
Violent children in Milton Keynes are proving hard nuts to crack
A small minority of teenagers are turning to violence against other people as their crime of first resort, a meeting heard.
Village hopping burglars leave residents fearing for their property in Milton Keynes
Travelling gangs of burglars who hop from village to village have left rural residents fearing for their property, a meeting heard.
Artists invited to submit work to Milton Keynes Open
Westbury Arts Centre are launching a new local initiative, “Milton Keynes Open”, to celebrate creative talent in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas.
Bus Shelter MK urgently looking for a new home
The Bus Shelter MK currently sits in Campbell Park but is soon to be replaced by a housing development.
Samuel's Charity look for help ahead of two big events
Samuel's Charity, set up by Samuel, while fighting cancer aged 9, helps children's wards that are underfunded.
Sweet treats are coming to Milton Keynes this April
Those in Milton Keynes with a sweet tooth are in for some good news, as independent dessert parlour and bar, Treat Street, is set to open at MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park in April.
Police find body off the V11 Tongwell Street in Milton Keynes
Residents contacted MKFM last night due to a large police presence near Opal Drive.
99% of children get a preference school
Despite an increase in school applications from 2018, 99% of children will be offered one of their preferences this year.