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HAPPY NEW (anniversary) YEAR!

IT’S all Green for Go as Newport Pagnell gears up for a remarkable 200-year celebration of transport history. The story of how this little market town grew from being a centre of local coach-making into the spiritual home of...

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Bucking the trend:

Newport Pagnell Library re-opened on December 17 after a four-month refurbishment including a new layout, extensive re-decorations, new furniture and fittings and an increase in opening hours. The £100,000 refit was financed by an S106 contribution from developers.

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Writers’ earnings still in decline

says chair of the Authors Licensing Society in annual review Being a writer is not a job for people who crave a stable workload and like to ensure they know where their next pay cheque is coming from. It’s...

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NP 200

The elves at WordGo will be working overtime this Christmas putting the finishing touches to a New Year campaign of celebrations that will mark the most extraordinary double-century of achievements in the town of Newport Pagnell – more details...

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Millions more for history and culture

Innovative cultural projects, libraries, museums and creative industries will benefit from £250m of new funding for the culture and creative sector, the Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan announced on October 12. Over £125m will be invested in regional museums and...

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Race car replica at MK Museum

SEPT 2019: Success on the race track has brought an Aston Martin Red Bull Racing replica car to the MK Museum on long-term loan. It is based on the original RB4 model from 2008, and is housed in the...

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MK LIT FEST

Milton Keynes Literary Festival opens on September 18.

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Birthday treats at town library

August 2019: Newport Pagnell Library is to be modernised in time for its 50th anniversary later this year. MK Council will update the lighting, replace furniture, create a children’s library space, redecorate the building and extend opening hours

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Publishers step back in time

June 2019:    Read all about it!  Local history publishers Word Go togged up Gareth, Richard and Adam in green eyeshades and printers aprons as their display welcomed visitors to ‘All our yesterdays in print’ at the biennial History Festival...

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