Parish Update on meetings:

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, normal Parish Council meetings are suspended. In line with revised Government legislation the Parish Council can now hold virtual meetings remotely using the Zoom software platform. As from 23rd July 2020 are meetings are again every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.

Public and press participation in these meeting will be as normal via a video link, please can you read the Video Meeting Participation Conduct before joining the meeting. Please be aware as of 27.05.20, all virtual meetings will be recorded. Anyone joining either visually or by audio will automatically be giving their consent to be recorded. Any members of the public who wish to attend the meeting may contact the office for the relevant backing paperwork.

Please contact the office at or 01908 227201 for any questions you might have.

The links to Agenda and Minutes are below. ‎

Parish Update: 

During the lockdown many residents are complaining about the loud motorbikes, quad bikes and fast cars around the Parish. It’s clear their journeys are not for work and may indicate ongoing illegal activity. We want our community to drive these people out. If you see these people report it to the Police who are keen to track their movements and take action. Please report any instances to Thames Valley Police via or Crime-stoppers anonymously if necessary. Thank you for your co-operation.

Milton Keynes Council Update:

MKSignpost – Guiding you to financial help if you have been financially affected by Covid-19 and don’t know where to turn to for help. Please click on the link below.

MK Signpost poster 01.06.20-1

Food Bank:

Thanks to everyone arranging Food Bank Xtra donations for their streets. If you want to collect donations from your neighbours, call us on 01908 565852 and we can even collect bigger parcels from your street. Observe all social distancing guidance.

Alzheimer’s Society:

Alzheimer’s Society flyer below, if you need help please click on flyer for further details on how to contact them.

Alzheimer’s Society

Something’s Not Right:

The Home Office will launch a new campaign, ‘Something’s Not Right‘, to help secondary school children in England who suffered a range of harms, such as sexual and physical abuse, during lockdown.

With schools re-opened and safeguarding channels restored, the campaign aims to build awareness of the support services available to victims and encourage disclosure of abuse to a trusted adult.

The campaign has been developed in close collaboration with the NSPCC, Barnardo’s, The Children’s Society, Internet Watch Foundation and Marie Collins Foundation.


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