Community Action: MK – Welcome to the Community Action: MK Weekly Update…

Welcome to the Community Action: MK Weekly Update…

In this week’s edition:

 

 

 

Opportunities: Community Action: MK AGM this Wednesday

This Wednesday 4th October sees Community Action: MK’s AGM at the Cruck Barn, City Discovery Centre, Bradwell Abbey from 11.15am-1.30pm. Whether you are a community group, volunteer, work for a charity or are simply interested in community life in Milton Keynes, please join us and help celebrate 50 years of the voluntary and community sector…
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Community Life: Milton Keynes Arts Week, 30th Sept – 8th October

Milton Keynes Arts Week runs from 30th September to 8th October with a vibrant and exciting programme to help you to explore the range and depth of talent within Milton Keynes and surrounding areas. You will be able to meet the artists and see their latest works at their working studios, pop up exhibitions, local galleries, museums…
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Opportunities: Loan Shark Training

Illegal money lending is becoming a huge issue nationally and locally there is an increase in people becoming victims. Often the result for victims can be devastating with broken relationships, losing a home and often victim to violent or threatening behaviour towards them or other members of their family; in most cases there is no…
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Community Life: Fight Against Hate Campaign

The Fight Against Hate campaign team is planning a Day of Action on 18th October 2017 to achieve the following goals: publicly celebrate the children’s hate awareness posters by displaying them in front of the Church of Christ the Cornerstone in Milton Keynes city centre launch new hate awareness posters on Arriva Buses engage with…
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Community Life: New Community Orchard opening in Conniburrow

Over the last couple of years Big Local Conniburrow (BLC) have been working with the local residents and groups to turn aspirations for a community orchard into a reality, which has finally been realised. Planted in March 2017 with 50 fruit and nut trees, soft fruit bushes, grapevines, and raised beds, the orchard is available…
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