MK Mental Health Hour - Nature
MK Mental Health Hour
Sunday, June 21st, 2020 - 35 minutes
Jon from Arthur Ellis: Mental Health Support speaks to Kirsty from Transition Town Milton Keynes about nature and the benefits it can have on our mental health.
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Saxon Court irrigation system rehomed to support Camphill MK as it makes way for new development
Socius, the mixed-use development company behind MK Gateway, has supported Milton Keynes based charity, Camphill MK, with a new horticultural project as it continues to prepare Saxon Court ahead of the planned development.
Race for Ukraine to take place at Daytona Milton Keynes
The nationally savoured Daytona Milton Keynes go-karting venue is hosting a special one-off charity fundraising event for the people of Ukraine.
Milton Keynes theme park set to host Jamboree Weekend this June
The Milton Keynes theme park is hosting the two-day event for uniformed groups on June 24 and 25, offering a discounted admission of just £12 per person for a group of 20 or more, plus one free leader place with every nine children.
Milton Keynes residential tower blocks demolished
Mellish Court in Bletchley and The Gables in Wolverton have now been demolished, after Milton Keynes City Council found new and better homes for its previous tenants.
Recently installed bug hotel stolen from Tree Cathedral in Milton Keynes
A bug hotel, installed by a local charity, has had to be removed after one was stolen.
Tesco shoppers in Milton Keynes called to help raise vital funds in charity’s fight against food allergies
Generous shoppers in Milton Keynes are being encouraged to help an in-store fundraising campaign from Saturday 3rd to Sunday 11th June to support medical research into food allergies.
Police urge people to take care this summer following nine fatal traffic collisions across Thames Valley in May
Thames Valley Police is investigating nine fatal road traffic collisions last month and the Fatal 4 offences are suspected to have been involved in the vast majority of them.
City Council aims for 'Britain’s greenest weekly waste collections' in Milton Keynes
The City Council has announced its ambitions for Britain’s greenest weekly waste and recycling collections to help battle climate change.
Bletchley Park opens state-of-the-art learning centre as part of £13m redevelopment of refurbished wartime buildings
This summer, a newly-restored wartime building at Bletchley Park will open as a 1,900m2, state-of-the-art museum learning centre, dedicated to formal and informal learning programmes.
What's going on in Milton Keynes this half term?
Getting stuck for things to keep the busy as the week goes on? MKFM has compiled a list of things going on across the city:
New coffee shop at popular Milton Keynes lake donates profit to people experiencing homelessness
A brand new coffee shop has opened at Willen Lake's Watersports Centre site, with 100% of profits going into giving people experiencing homelessness new opportunities.
Milton Keynes gets EV charging upgrade
bp pulse is upgrading the charging network across its home of Milton Keynes.
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