The positive impact of music is highlighted at Milton Keynes' Singing for the Brain group

The Mayor and Mayoress of Milton Keynes witnessed how music can have a positive impact on people living with dementia....

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Forget Glastonbury - Tingestock is where it's at, and it's back this weekend...

The eighth annual Tingestock microfest is happening next Saturday (July 8) with a typically taut line-up waiting to tickle your ears at Tingewick Village Hall....

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New Mobile artwork to make its presence known in Milton Keynes this week

Freee art collective and Modern Architect have produced a new mobile artwork called Citizen Ship.......

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IN REVIEW: The Mummy (2017)

Our reviewer Claire Durrant checks in The Mummy. Does she like it? Not a lot!...

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Milton Keynes Film Network makes a mov-ie for its 48 hour film challenge

The Milton Keynes Film Network (MKFN) announce their third annual 48 Hour Film Challenge over the weekend of 30th June through 2nd July....

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CHAPTER AND VERSE: Sunday Times Bestseller Trisha Ashley answers our questions ahead of her visit to Milton Keynes

Trisha Ashley is a Sunday Times Bestselling author responsible for romantic comedies including Twelve Days of Christmas Later this week, Trisha will be visiting Milton Keynes, signing copies of her latest page-turner The Little Teashop of Lost and Found, at Waterstones at intu (at 11.30am) followed by a talk at MK Central Library, from 2pm....

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