Another chance to have your say as expansion plans develop

More details have been released of how the expanded Milton Keynes Museum might look. While the plans from the Museum project team and exhibition designers are only in draft form, we’ve decided to share them now to enable people to

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Museum board welcomes new trustees

Milton Keynes Museum’s board has been strengthened with the addition of a number of new trustees. The introduction of trustees Joe Cribb and Paul Collins will further strengthen links with heritage partner organisations in Milton Keynes. Joe, who was Keeper

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Expansion latest: now we want to hear from you!

With the expansion project team in place and working flat out to develop plans for the two new galleries, now is the time to have your say. We want to know: what are the stories you think we should be

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High Sherriff visits to hear about expansion

Buckinghamshire High Sherriff Joe Barclay has made something of a name for himself as a cyclist. During his year in office the Queen’s representative in Bucks raised an amazing £26,000 for local charities cycling from the far south of the

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Top team to build ‘best museum in the country’

A host of top names feature in the team that has just been brought together to transform Milton Keynes Museum into a national attraction. The Museum’s £7.3 m expansion through two major new galleries telling the area’s story from pre-history

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Museum recognised for excellence in education

Our volunteers’ work inspiring visitors with a fascination for the past has been recognised at this year’s Pride of Milton Keynes awards. Milton Keynes Museum volunteers were one of just four groups to make it through to the prestigious finals

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Centenary exhibition proves there’s more to the WI than Jam and Jerusalem

Local branches of the UK’s best-loved organisation for women – the WI – are celebrating its centenary with a fascinating exhibition at Milton Keynes Museum. Running throughout July and August, the exhibition features everything from historic documents and scrapbooks to

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Bradwell Windmill brought back into action

After extensive restoration, Milton Keynes now has its own operational windmill for the first time in 138 years. Bradwell Windmill, which is just off the V6 Grafton St, opened its doors to visitors for Heritage Open Days in September. And those who

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