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things you might like to know about in MK 
There's a lot going on in a Parish this size and in the wider community. Read about what's happening in your area below. Let us know what you know, we can share it with everyone! 

Posts from February 2019

Find out what's going on in the Parish and other bits of news that might be of interest. 
Activity groups give people affected by dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities. Run by a facilitator, who encourages and supports people to take part, the groups are also a chance to relax and socialise. Some of these activities include arts and crafts, seated exercise and quizzes. 
Help Parks Trust shape the Heritage Lottery Funded restoration project so that the park is more accessible to visitors. 
A guided walk around this beautiful art trail on Redhouse Park. Brochures are available from the Parish Office or online here by clicking here. 
Each local planning authority has a statutory duty to review its conservation areas from time to time. Reviewing conservation areas ensures that the written appraisal and boundary map for each designated area is up to date. 
Milton Keynes has 56,000 street lights and 2,500 Illuminated signs and bollards. The authorities objective for Street lighting is to undertake a programme of capital replacement of the existing stock over a fixed life to move towards a more sustainable asset that enables them to function effectively, provide a safe environment for highway users and reduce energy and carbon to ensure that the asset is managed in the most cost effective way. 
An informal monthly sing open to all adults of any ability. 
Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (S.W.E.P) - The Council’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is active and will be reviewed on Monday 4 February. As the weather worsens, MKC & partner agencies stand ready to assist those rough sleeping in finding emergency overnight accommodation. 
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