Fathers day: say how you feel.
Local poet Raguels Wisdom, talks about the love of a Father; warts and all.
Friday 13th might be unlucky for some, but for Network Rail employee, Fatima Baig it was a great start to the day as she stepped onto the My Bus city centre service to a fanfare celebration marking the 25,000th journey taken on the free employee bus.
On 11th September, more than 1,000 young people from Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and the surrounding counties, came together at The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre for Action4Youth’s annual celebration event.
To celebrate their 10-year partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support M&S Food stores in Buckinghamshire are hosting activities to raise funds for people living with cancer, including an in-store Wall of Support and fundraising events on 27th September to mark the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
It may be more than 40 years since the cinema release of the John Travolta classic but that hasn’t stopped Bill Kenwright from producing this re-imagined and revitalised stage version of Saturday Night Fever!
Just six years after entering the UK, 18 year old Care Leaver Keren Kassanda has beaten the odds to land a place at prestigious Oxford University and also taken up a position on the Council’s Corporate Parenting Panel to share her experience and support other children in care.
Everyone is invited to the Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Annual Meeting 2019 on Wednesday 18th September at the Academic Centre, located at the hospital.
Make Believe, the UK’s leading children’s international performing arts school, is taking its talent-finding platform One Dream to Milton Keynes, in partnership with intu Milton Keynes.
Willen Hospice is bringing a different day out to Milton Keynes with their first ever Stretcher Race. Taking place on Saturday 19 October, 1pm, at Emberton Country Park.