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3D virtual tour of early computing in Milton Keynes goes online

Anyone can now have a 3D virtual tour of two early computing galleries at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park thanks to the 3D, 360-degree photography application developed by Venue View Virtual Tours....

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Ingram Micro adopts a swan for Milton Keynes charity Willen Hospice

Ingram Micro (UK) Ltd in Milton Keynes, known globally as the largest technology distributor of IT products and services, have chosen Willen Hospice as their charity of the year and aim to raise £20,000 to support the care provided by the Hospice. ...

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DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2017: 80,000 ROCK FIENDS GO WILD AT DONINGTON PARK

The biggest date in the rock and metal calendar took place as 80,000 people descended on the hallowed grounds of Donington Park across the weekend for the 15th annual Download Festival. Rock royalty, Aerosmith gave fans a memorable final UK show, System Of A Down returned for an electric headline performance, and Biffy Clyro didn’t fail to take their place as rightful Download Festival headliners....

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Ha-pee ending for Milton Keynes' longest running radio station!

From an old toilet block to a spanking new home for MK's long-running radio station...

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Have you herd the latest news? The Motor Insurer's Bureau reveal their marvellous #MK50 moo-moo!

The MIB Cow has been decorated with designs printed by children supported by The Children’s Trust with whom MIB have a longstanding relationship. Over the past nine years MIB has donated over £100,000 to the Children’s Trust who provide care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children who suffer an acquired brain injury....

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Father's Day Gifts: The cool and the quirky that you should be buying for Daddy's Day...

We've scoured the online sites and stores for the best of this year's Father's Day gifts. They won't break the bank, but they will make Dad break into a smile!...

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