Local News from Friday, June 24th, 2022
Milton Keynes man sentenced for aggravated burglary
Following a Thames Valley Police investigation, a man has been sentenced for aggravated burglary in Milton Keynes.
Harvester reportedly making big change to iconic self-serve salad bar
Harvester fans are threatening to boycott the restaurant over the changes.
New vaccination site opens in Milton Keynes shopping centre
A new vaccination centre opened yesterday in Midsummer Place.
Ten small Milton Keynes businesses selected for green economic recovery funding
Ten small businesses have been selected to be part of MK Council's programme to create new green jobs and test cutting-edge technologies.
Council-funded after school clubs to offer homework help and meals to pupils in Milton Keynes
MK Council is funding 'Homework Plus' clubs for school pupils in Milton Keynes, allowing them access to the internet and a substantial meal.
Multi-activity expansion plans for indoor karting venue in Milton Keynes
Formula Fast Karting are all systems go for substantial upgrades and expansion this year.
Warning issued to people with £20 and £50 banknotes in their purse or wallet
The Bank of England has issued a warning as the deadline for last use of the paper £20 and £50 banknotes draws closer.
FREE Tesco breakfast for members of the Armed Forces in Milton Keynes
Members of the Armed Forces will be able to get a FREE hot breakfast at Tesco cafés in Milton Keynes to mark Armed Forces Day this Sunday.
30,100 families in Milton Keynes to benefit from £650 Cost Of Living Payment
Milton Keynes MPs have welcomed the news that 30,100 families will benefit from the Government’s £650 Cost Of Living Payment.