Two men have been charged, one with attempted murder, following an incident at a Newport Pagnell building site on Sunday morning.
Thames Valley Police has this evening (27/10) charged two men following an attempted murder in Newport Pagnell.
An attempted murder investigation has been launched in Newport Pagnell after a man was believed to have been struck with a scaffolding pole.
Thames Valley Police is investigating an attempted murder in Newport Pagnell.
A Milton Keynes roofing contractor who saw his son plunge to his death as they worked together on a warehouse roof is to face no further prosecution.
P R E S S R E L E A S E
Newport Pagnell Town Council wishes retiring Councillors John Broatch, Annette Irwin, Sam Miller, Alan Richards and John Smith all the best wishes for the future, and thanks them for their many years of service to the Town.
We are also pleased to welcome on board two new Councillors, Councillor George Purkins and Councillor Trevor Webb, co-opted to the Council on 10th October 2014.
It is possible there will be a further vacancy for co-option opening up on the 3rd November 2014 in the Newport Pagnell North Ward. If you are interested in filling this vacancy, please contact the Town Clerk by 7th November 2014 on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk
Police and Community Support Officer (PCSO) Michelle Dearden gives this month’s Newport Pagnell monthly update: The school holidays are in full swing and fortunately we have the weather to enjoy it.
Thames Valley Police has begun its three-month winter burglary operation in Milton Keynes today.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for Tuesday (today) in Milton Keynes, due to the arrival of the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo.
A jury has failed to reach a verdict in the case of a roofer who saw his son plunge to his death as they worked together replacing skylights. Kyle Broadbent, 25, accidentally stepped on to a skylight in a warehouse roof in Newport Pagnell and fell to his death.
Dozens of green fields and open spaces all over the city could be filled with modern housing developments to enable Milton Keynes Council to meet its growth targets.
City fire stations could move, merge, co-locate or even CLOSE in a bid to save money and change how the service responds to emergencies. A number of proposals are being considered by Bucks and Milton Keynes
Fire and Rescue Service as a way of balancing "capacity against demand".
Police and Community Support Officer (PCSO) Paul Swannell gives this month’s Newport Pagnell monthly update: Summer is over, the children are back to school and the nights are drawing in.
Residents and businesses of Newport Pagnell will now have their own Town Calendar for 2015. Produced by the Newport Pagnell and Olney Lions Club this Town calendar is no skinny affair. It measures a generous A4 size. A month to each page with full colour photographs of local views and scenes and plenty of room for notes and jottings. Lion Geoffrey O’Brien, who helped organise the calendar, says “A BONUS too! We have included January 2016.. So 13 months for the price of 12! I am delighted to say that the Town Council have agreed to have copies of our 2015 calendar on sale at the council offices in the High Street”
“We are grateful for the support from the Newport Pagnell Town Council who assisted us with a grant and made their archive of local images avaliable. Oh yes, I hear you say, those magic words “How much”? Well I say “how little”. Stonking good value at just £5.00 and helping to raise funds for local causes supported by the Newport Pagnell and Olney Lions Club.
Christmas card, handmade craft and gift sales, and charity exhibitions will come together at Newport Pagnell Methodist Church on Saturday (October 18).
Back in League Action !!!!
A young man with cerebral palsy and restricted sight has created a new social group for disabled people to make new friends and find love.
Police and Community Support Officer (PCSO) David Huckle gives this month’s Newport Pagnell monthly update: I start this monthly report with some very sad news, PC Kevin Leaney from the Neighbourhood Police Team was tragically killed in a road accident earlier this month.
New rules that will lower food safety standards and relax the rules on toxic chemicals will be targeted by the Green Party on Saturday.