Local News from Sunday, May 2nd, 2021
Five new coronavirus cases reported in Milton Keynes for Sunday
There were five coronavirus cases recorded in Milton Keynes today, according to the latest data.
Milton Keynes based animal rescue centre hopes to raise £20,000 after pandemic struggles
HULA Animal Rescue has taken in 96 animals since the start of lockdown and they desperately require donations from the public in order to continue with the work they do.
Milton Keynes locals challenged to take part in Willen Lake's 'Treetop Extreme' course
The adventure course at Willen Lake is available for anyone to try their hand at, proving they are over the age of 6 and at least 1.1 metres tall.
Police issue advice to all Milton Keynes residents about protecting their property from vandalism
Thames Valley Police has recently issued advice on what locals can do to protect their personal property from becoming maliciously destroyed or defaced.
Met Office issues yellow weather warning throughout Milton Keynes due to high wind speeds
The Met Office has recently annouced that the majority of southern England and Wales are due to experience a spell of disruptive winds from Monday afternoon (03/05) to Tuesday morning (04/05).
Man left injured after traffic collision in Milton Keynes
At 1:57am earlier this morning (02/05), emergency services attended the scene of an accident that left a man injured near the roundabout on Shenley Brook End.