Robin’s Children Centre Celebration

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The Robins Children Centre is having a 10th Birthday celebration Saturday 14/07/18 10-1pm .

Please join them on and click on the link for details. Robins Centre Poster


Survey for Station Square MK by MKDP

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Milton Keynes Development Partnership’s role is to develop its portfolio of land assets for the benefit of the people who live and work in the city.
They are looking at ways in which the area around Station Square in front of Milton Keynes Central rail station, one of the sites that MKDP owns, could be improved. So they want to know what the people who live and work in the city think.

To complete a short survey go to

Please complete this short survey to have your say. The survey closes on 5th August 2018.



Announcement for the Great Holm Community Centre

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 Great Holm Community Centre

Loughton and Great Holm Parish Council are delighted to announce that they are now the proud owners of our Community Centre in Kensington Drive, Great Holm.

The Parish Council is pleased to be able to ensure that the Community Centre continues to be a facility for the residents of Loughton and Great Holm.

Over the coming months the Parish Council will be investing in the Community Centre, refurbishing it to make it a good standard for all the community groups and residents to enjoy.

All the groups who currently use the hall will be able to continue as usual.

We are sorry that we will have to temporarily suspend one off bookings, so we can carry out the refurbishment as quickly as possible and bring in a new booking system. We apologise for any difficulties this will cause you.

Please be patient with us during this transition time.

Enquiries to Bev Field (Parish Clerk) :
Mobile 0759 123 6263


Free bike security marking events

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Free Bike Registration and Security Marking Events

Milton Keynes Council’s Cycling Team will be providing free bike register security marking at events across Milton Keynes throughout the summer. We use ‘BikeRegister’ Visible Marking to permanently mark the frame of your bike with a unique BikeRegister ID and add it to the national cycle database. The database is used by every police force in the UK to search for stolen and recovered bikes.

All events are from 12nooon-2pm at the following retailers:

Wednesday 30 May 2018 – GoOutdoors, Rooksley
Wednesday 13 June 2018 – Giant Store, Newport Pagnell
Thursday 14 June 2018 – Stripes Bikes, Woburn Sands
Wednesday 27 June 2018 – 2Pedalz, Olney
Wednesday 29 August 2018 – Chaineys Cycles, Shenley Church End
Wednesday 26 September 2018 – Cycle King, Stony Stratford


Free play sessions in half-term

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Free MKPA play sessions for half-term.


Please click on the link below for details:


play session poster


Pirate play park (by Loughton Sports & Social Club) closed for refurbishment

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The Pirate play-park next to the Loughton Sports and Social Club will be closed from:

Tuesday 8th May

for 7-10 working days for the play equipment to be refurbished.

Your patience while equipment is brought to the site and the repair work is

undertaken would be greatly appreciated.

If you have any concerns, please contact the Parish Clerk.


Planned roadworks

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Repairs are planned on 3/5/18 between 12:30pm – 16:30pm on:

Bradwell Rd between Linceslade Grove and Woodward Place.


Neighbourhood Policing Joint Community Forum

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Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Neighbourhood Policing – Joint Community Forum

The purpose of the Community Forum is to bring together, at a local level, the right organisations and members of the public to tackle the top community safety priorities identified through consultation.
Thames Valley Police will be setting their new priorities following this consultation process. The meeting will be attended by an officer from your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

The joint Community Forum for Loughton and Great Holm with Shenley Church End parishes will be on:

Monday 4th December 2017 at 7:30pm at

Shenley Church End parish meeting room.
The Cartshed, 19a Shenley Rd, Shenley Church End. MK5 6AB


Current priorities for neighbourhood policing are:

Priority 1 – Drugs Related Anti Social behaviour (ASB) in Grange Farm

Priority 2. Oxley Park: Anti Social Behaviour (ASB)
Children in groups varying from two to six in number causing ASB issues in and around surrounding area of Oxley Park.

Priority 3 – Drug Use and general Anti Social Behaviour, Children’s play areas across Oxley Park, especially noted at Charrise Gardens and Fonda Meadows


Loughton School has a Professional Weather Station

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Loughton School has a professional weather station that transmits weather data from their roof to the web site (see link below) pretty much in real time and, yes, you can check the weather here wherever you can get online.

Watch and interact with Loughton School’s 24/7 real time and recorded information on the Energy Watch portal.

Loughton School has installed a sophisticated energy monitoring system that feeds almost-real-time information into this online portal. Loughton School believes it is very important that their students can learn how weather and real-world energy use are related, like in their own school.

The electricity use by Loughton School is being monitored 24/7 so you can learn about its daily and seasonal patterns of energy consumption. You can see a chart with the past few days’ electricity consumption. The first thing you may notice is the weekly pattern. Can you identify the weekends?

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Upcoming road closure on H7 Chaffron Way

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The following length of road is expected to be closed over three consecutive weekends (Friday night to Monday morning) between 17th November 2017 and 4th December 2017 (between 8.00pm and 06.00am only):-

  • H7 Chaffron Way – From it’s junction with V4 Watling Street to it’s junction with V6 Grafton Street.

Whilst the above length of road is closed the alternative route will be via V4 Watling Street, H6 Childs Way and V6 Grafton Street (and vice versa).