The Newport Pagnell and Olney Lions Club is probably one of the most active “independent” charitable organisations within the local area. Independent because we are not tied or do not support any one specific charity. Fundraising. Never easy. Not for us, shaking cans on street corners. We Lions like ORGANISING! Last year we raised £18,000! … [Read more…]
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a robbery in Sherington, Newport Pagnell.
Quiz Night Friday 25th April – 8.00pm
Town Council Press Release DO YOU LIVE IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR TOWN? previous years Newport Pagnell Town Council has contributed to the wonderful floral decorations in the Town. To help us extend and improve each year on these decorations, we are asking all businesses and residents to consider making a … [Read more…]
Shrove Tuesday is one of our traditions that, with the Olney Pancake Race, has local resonance with international attention. What is less well known is the Sherington School tradition whereby Mrs Betty Feasey, MBE makes every child a pancake to whet their appetites for home. “I had one pancake from Mrs Feasey at school and … [Read more…]
BUNNY BONANZA! & SPRING OPEN DAY @ HULA Animal Rescue Sunday 16th MARCH 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) Talk on ‘how to keep your rabbits healthy’ Meet the Rabbit Welfare Association Rabbit Costume Competition (age groups 8-12yrs, 7yrs … [Read more…]
Police and Community Support Officer (PCSO) Chris Ward gives this month’s Newport Pagnell monthly update It’s great to be back in Newport Pagnell after a year in Wolverton and good to see so many friendly faces that I had known beforehand.
The Lib Dem Minister for Health Norman Lamb visited MK yesterday to investigate whether health services are adequate for the city’s growing population.
Youth Team is expanding
A High Court decision to decide whether a grieving widow from Milton Keynes can keep her dead husband’s sperm, is expected later today.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision in Milton Keynes this morning (3/3). At around 7.55am a black Peugeot car collided with a pedestrian on the southbound carriageway of the V11 Tongwell Street. The pedestrian, a 21-year-old woman from Milton Keynes, died at the scene. Her next of kin … [Read more…]