it is with sadness that we have to pass on the news that Richard J Albone has recently passed away. He will be known to many residents of Newport Pagnell as he used to run the green grocers and florist in the High Street in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s!! He was a founder member … [Read more…]
Press Release Date of issue: Tuesday 12th June 2012 Great feat – local charity’s new service It’s been a long time coming but now the people of Milton Keynes can all have twinkle toes. Chief executive Jane Palmer was delighted to sample the delights of the new Footcare Service that Age UK Milton Keynes launched … [Read more…]
We went to The Chester Arms in Chicheley for dinner yesterday it has a Pub style atmosphere with fine dining style food. We can’t recommend the place highly enough. If you like fine food but feel intimidated at some of the more snobby restaurants then this is the place for you Food … [Read more…]
PLEASE NOTE THAT TODAY’S EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE WEATHER Newport Pagnell Town Council invites residents to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a picnic lunch. Date: CANCELLED Time: CANCELLED Venue: Bury Common (Queens Avn entrance) Bring along a picnic lunch and a blanket or some folding chairs. The Town Council will provide public … [Read more…]
The NEWPORT PAGNELL HORTICULTURAL SHOW will celebrate its 203rd year on 1st September 2012. Yes, we have been growing and showing since 1809. This year instead of charging an entry fee to enter the various classes, we are asking for donations from entrants. So get growing if you are entering the sections for flowers, pot … [Read more…]
Newport Pagnell Town Council has re-entered the Britain in Bloom competition again this year. For the last two years the award has been silver – this year we are aiming higher. Judging Day is 19th July 2012, and everyone can help, just by taking home your litter, picking up the odd bit of litter … [Read more…]
There’s Much to Celebrate at Stoke Goldington CE First School. Check out the school news section for the latest news from the Stoke Goldington CE First School.
Hooray – the Diamond Jubilee is here! June is a month of celebration at School with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee causing much excitement and a brilliant opportunity for some patriotic and fun historical learning. We are marking the occasion with a very special Jubilee Afternoon Tea in the playground which children, families and members of … [Read more…]
Newport Pagnell Town Council is pleased to announce several events in Town to Celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. A Civic Event will be held in the Parish Church on Sunday 3rd June 2012 at 11 am. The Rt Rev Alan Wilson will be your speaker. A Cream Tea will be held at the Brooklands Centre … [Read more…]
If you’re around on Saturday 19th May the Christmas Lights Volunteers are having another rock n roll night at the football club, Willen road in Newport Pagnell from 7pm. Tickets are only £5 each and you’d be able to get them on the door.
WE would like to wish the owners of Maggie and Josie’s bookshop all the very best of luck with their new venture. The details are Shop Address: 61A Union Street, Newport Pagnell They will stock a whole range of books from second hand fiction to new up and coming local authors. Whether you need a … [Read more…]
This year’s Stoke Goldington Steam Rally has been cancelled Following a site inspection by the chairman of the steam rally together with the logistics manager and safety officer it has been decided regrettably to cancel the event. This is due to a water logged rally field and together with the expected weather forecast over … [Read more…]
A smooth start for youngsters Stoke Goldington CE First School is looking forward to its Open Morning on Tuesday 22nd May at 11.30am to showcase its facilities, resources, children and staff to prospective new parents. If your child hasn’t been allocated their preferred choice of school it’s an ideal chance to see … [Read more…]
HULA Animal Rescue FUN DOG SHOW and 40th Anniversary Open Day Sunday 13th MAY 12noon–4:30pm at South Midlands Animal Sanctuary Glebe Farm, Salford Road, Aspley Guise MK17 8HZ Between M1 Junction 13 & Woburn Sands (Nr. Aspley Guise Rail Station) DOG CLASSES for all £1.50 per entry, see web for schedule, entry on the … [Read more…]
Newport Pagnell Town Council invites residents to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a picnic lunch at Diamond and Diamond. Date: 4th June 2012 Time: 12 Noon to 4pm Venue: Bury Common (Queens Avn entrance) Bring along a picnic lunch and a blanket or some folding chairs. The Town Council will provide public toilets and … [Read more…]
Local charity’s positive impact on fuel poverty recognised Age UK Milton Keynes was so effective at helping vulnerable people on low incomes keep warm and safe over the recent harsh winter that the local charity has won a national award for “Most Impactful Approach to Fuel Poverty”. The prestigious award was presented to Jane Palmer, … [Read more…]
Steve and Scott are setting off to France on the 10th May to begin a three day rally drive through France, Switzerland and Italy in an old BMW under the name of ‘MT WASTE RALLY TEAM’ all in the name of charity. This organised event is known as the Crumball Rally ( www.crumballrally.com) and takes … [Read more…]
Part of the M1’s been closed in both directions after an early-morning crash involving three lorries. It happened on the southbound carriageway between Junction 14 for Milton Keynes and 13 for Milton Keynes South and Bedford at 3.30am on Thursday 12 April 2012. Both the northbound and southbound carriageways have been closed as a result … [Read more…]
NEWPORT Pagnell Town manager Darren Lynch has been named United Counties League Premier Division Manager of the Month for March, and his side can’t stop winning at the moment. The Swans collected 19 points from 21 available during the month – with five of their six wins coming away from home. Their most … [Read more…]
Thank you to Marianne Coleman for letting us know that At 9.40 outside the parish church Jesus will carry his cross down the High Street to outside Boots and from there Jesus is taken away to be executed. Members of various parish churches and the public will follow him.