Community Noticeboard 

Our Parish Council’s aim is to help make this a great community to live in and feel a part of, if you would like us to display any articles or information that will help our community please contact us. 

Neighbourhood Facebook Groups 

There are a number of Facebook groups, run by volunteers and who are a great source of local information and also a great way to meet people in your locality! 

   Hummingbirds Children Centre 

Hummingbird Children Centre, located at Broughton Fields School, has been the heart of the community for 10 years supporting families and children to provide services and intervention from birth upwards. Facilitating services which help build support networks for parents and carers to give their children the best start in life. We offer a wide range of activities for all to access within the community, we provide sessions which support school readiness, information on finding local services such a childcare, early education, Healthcare and working in close partnership with other agencies to support employment or further education for adults. 
Our ethos at Hummingbirds is to provide a happy, relaxed and non-judgmental place where everyone can seek advice and activities to meet their family’s needs 
Unfortunately, in these uncertain times we have had to find new and creative ways to reach out to families at present, sessions have had to be put on hold. But the centre is still open for support to families via telephone 01908 609609. We also have a Facebook page Hummingbird Children’s Centre with lots of information and sharing ideas and activities. We can also offer Face to Face support on a 121 basis. Families can register online, 

Newsletters and Information from other organisations 

  Thames Valley Police 

Milton Keynes Libraries 

There are 9 Library locations across MK. The closest to our parish is Kingston Library. For a full list of locations & opening times click here. 
Click here for the latest Milton Keynes Libraries Newsletter. 

Adult Education 

Community Learning MK Adult Education, which is a part of MK Council, has been delivering courses to the adult population of Milton Keynes for more than 30 years.  
We offer a wide range of learning opportunities in arts and crafts, languages, IT and digital media, business and professional training, maths, English and ESOL and health and wellbeing. For more information click here. 

Local Coffee Mornings 

Coffee Mornings are a fantastic opportunity to get out of the house and meet new people living in your locality - oh and coffee and cake as well!! 
MK Village, All Saints Church, MK10 9AF. First Friday of the month. 9:30 -11:30am 
Broughton Pavilion, Tanfield Lane, MK10 9NJ. Third Friday of the month. 10:00 -11:30am. 

Community Speed Watch 

Community Speed Watch is run by a small but dedicated group of volunteers, working in partnership with PCSO's from Thames Valley Police. 
Their aim is to make the community a safer place for all, particulary the younger members of the community, especially within the school zones. 
If you would like to get involved then head obver to the Brooklands and Broughton CSW Facebook Page 

Safer MK 

Working with the partner agencies and community stakeholders, we tackle and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour to improve the lives of our residents, businesses and visitors. 
The aim is to make Milton Keynes a safer place by reducing the fear of crime, minimising the likelihood of becoming a victim of crime and by addressing community safety concerns. 

Milton Keynes Community Car Service 

Do you live in Milton Keynes? 
Do you struggle using buses and taxis to get to healthcare and other essential appointments and activities? 

Financial Help 

Universal Credit 
Get help applying for Universal Credit through the Citizens Advice help line. Click on the LINK to for more information. 
Turn2us is a national charity providing practical help to people who are struggling financially. 

Parking Services Fact Sheet 

Have you ever wondered: 
What powers does MK Council have? 
How can I arrange for restriction to be implemented? 
Parking enforcement. 
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