The fire is believed to have started in the Liebherr building in Newport Pagnell, sending plumes of thick black smoke into the air.
Fire raging in Newport Pagnell Latest news from Bucks Fire Brigade Wednesday 15 January, 1.50pm: Fire in 80-metre by 100-metre warehouse/factory unit, Renny Park Road, off North Crawley Road, Newport Pagnell. There are currently 50 firefighters and officers from Newport Pagnell, Olney, Broughton, Bletchley, Great Holm, Buckingham, Aylesbury and Woburn at the scene. Firefighters … [Read more…]
RESIDENTS have asked council watchdogs to look again at the decision to sell land to the organisation planning to build a training ground for MK Dons.
A grieving widow from Milton Keynes is preparing for a High Court battle that will decide whether her dead husband’s sperm will be destroyed.
Swans football finally returns to Willen Road on Saturday after a series of postponements across the league.
News of three new Spring events in Newport Pagnell. “2014, a new year and new challenges”. So says Geoffrey O’Brien, events organiser in Newport Pagnell for the Newport Pagnell and Olney Lions Club. “Last year we held three fundraising events in the popular URC Hall in the High Street, Newport Pagnell. You could say that … [Read more…]
The Swans are playing Long Buckby and not Wisbech….
So 2014 is here. And with this being the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, all manner of national commemorative events are being planned.
Today’s fixture vs Harborough Town has been called off.
NEW YEAR GET-TOGETHER @ HULA Animal Rescue Sunday 12th JANUARY 1pm-3:30pm at South Midlands Animal Sanctuary Glebe Farm, Salford Road, Aspley Guise MK17 8HZ Between M1 Junction 13 & Woburn Sands (Nr. Aspley Guise Rail Station) Bargains in the Bazaar January Sale Meet the Rescued Animals Fun & Games for the children Delicious Refreshments Pre-loved Pet Accessories Dogs welcome & … [Read more…]
26th NPTFC Tournament !
Hold the Dates !
Unfortunately, like most other games today, our fixture v Long Bucby scheduled for 3pm today has been postponed.
A British man has entered the record books as the world’s longest-surviving heart transplant patient.