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147 Great Linford Village Walk Milton Keynes Forum The walk, led by architect Pete Martin, will explore the integration of the building of the new city with the Manor and the historical core of the village and will look at the recommendations of the Milton Keynes Development Corporation Villages Study team published in 1974 and its implementation. The walk is approximately 2.5 miles and will take about 1.5 hours. Booking is required. Times: 1400 – 1530 Location: MK Arts Centre, Parklands, Great Linford, MK14 5DZ Meet in the car park at MKAC Contact: Peter Martin 07884 231354 Petemartin2234@gmail.com Book via: https://tinyurl.com/y4raqd6j

148 Everyday stories from the life of an 18th Century Rector - St Mary’s Church Mike Wittle on behalf of St Mary’s Church, Bletchley u Please see event 121 (page 35) for full details u Times: 1400 – 1600

149 How Fabric Changed History - Author Event at MK Lit Fest MK Lit Fest A fascinating question and answer session with Kassia St Clair, centred around her Radio 4 Book of the Week The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History. Be prepared to discover the most alluring, alarming and thoughtprovoking stories that will make you rethink your relationship with fabric forever! Booking is required.

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Times: 1730 – 1830 Location: MK Gallery, 900 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 3QA Contact: Tabbie Hunt mklitfest@gmail.com Book via: www.mklitfest.org

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MIlton Keynes Heritage Open Days  

Heritage Open Days returns this September –150 arts and heritage events for FREE! Milton Keynes is throwing open its doors with more events...

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