Missing Cat

Roly, has gone missing. He was last seen seen near Kennington Close. Anyone who lives in Green Park, Newport Pagnell or know anyone who does, please can you check your gardens, sheds and garages. Anyone who knows him will already know he is a very old, blind, fragile cat. If you find him please contact … [Read more…]

Town Council Website Competition Winners

©Richard Dawson

To launch Newport Pagnell’s Town Council website, two competitions were opened to people who lived, worked or went to school in Newport Pagnell.  The Council thanks all those who entered these competitions and is delighted to announce the following winners: WINNING WORD COMPETITION OVER 16 YEARS OLD WINNER: Mrs Christine Johnson wrote:  “Newport Pagnell, not … [Read more…]

Don’t Forget HULA Animal Rescue’s CHRISTMAS GET TOGETHER

  HULA Animal Rescue CHRISTMAS GET TOGETHER Sunday 9th DECEMBER 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) Guest appearance from FATHER CHRISTMAS Festive Fun Photo Competition (so get snapping your pets in their Santa gear) Christmas … [Read more…]

HULA Animal Rescue’s CHRISTMAS GET TOGETHER

  HULA Animal Rescue CHRISTMAS GET TOGETHER Sunday 9th DECEMBER 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) Guest appearance from FATHER CHRISTMAS Festive Fun Photo Competition (so get snapping your pets in their Santa gear) Christmas … [Read more…]

Christmas Lights Switch on Day – Update

This Saturday see the switch on of the christmas lights in the High Street. There is a whole host of things going on theres all of the stalls in the high street , theres the entertainment outside the Swan Revived, theres a christmas fair in the church and don’t forget the Christmas Fayre taking place … [Read more…]

Town Council Press Release

The Town Council and the Royal British Legion were extremely pleased with the turnout for this year’s Remembrance Sunday.  The Lord Lieutenant, Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher, took the salute and was impressed with the parade, which consisted of motor bikes, troops from the Rifles (check the red dot sight reviews), veterans through to youngsters from … [Read more…]

Farmers Market

Finally managed to get into town on the same day as the farmers. Had a good look around and ended up buying a fair few things. We got loads of stuff from the 2012 world Jampion Humbers Homemade see Their site here I can recommend their pickled shallots and Heather says the Banana Jam is fantastic. … [Read more…]

Rock and roll the night away!

Jive to authentic 50s and 60s live music and help raise funds to make life better for the generation that invented the original dance moves. Local band Something Like That and Simon Dean and his band will be performing hits by Buddy Holly, Elvis, The Beatles and many more at a fundraising shindig organised by … [Read more…]

Now anyone can do it in the kitchen

While many people enjoy a happy and active later life, the effects of growing older can make day to day tasks such as cooking more difficult. MP Mark Lancaster accepted an invitation by BLUM and Age UK Milton Keynes to experience what it is like to complete basic household duties in the kitchen whilst having … [Read more…]

P R E S S R E L E A S E

46 representatives from Newport Pagnell schools, clubs, businesses and organizations attended the Town Council’s new website launch last night on 24th October 2012.  The website hopes to be a site for everyone, offering information on the Newport Pagnell community ranging from businesses and shops in the town, to schools and recreational activities. At the website … [Read more…]

Changing Times by local author Julie Wilson

  A new book looking back at changes in Newport Pagnell during the past fifty years has just been published. Changing Times by local author Julie Wilson features memories of the town from the late 1950s to present times, highlighting the way life for residents has changed. Julie said: “Life in the town half a … [Read more…]