These are some photographs of residents and co-workers having a community assembly in the Chrysalis Theatre in Camphill Milton Keynes on Thursday 19th May. We have these assemblies every month in the community so that we discuss issues and bring up news about events happening.
Friday, 20 May 2022
Great Linford Manor Park is part of what used to be a little village in Buckinghamshire that got gobbled up by Milton Keynes. Now it’s a lovely little bit of calm to explore with the kids. It’s also had quite a lot of investment recently, with more to come, so it’s only going to get better. With free parking and access to toilets it’s a good base for various family walks too.
Friday, 6 May 2022
The Milton Keynes Rose is a spectacular public place in Central Milton Keynes, which is available to everyone for celebration, commemoration and contemplation.
Installed in 2013 and designed by internationally renowned artist Gordon Young, The Milton Keynes Rose is a vast and impressive open-air circle with markings based on the mathematical beauty of a flower. 106 granite pillars of varying heights emerge from the surface, many of which are inscribed with dates of events that have local, national or international significance.
The Milton Keynes Rose provides a place where citizens and visitors can gather to mark national, local or personal occasions, be they historical, in joy or in remembrance. It is a place where hundreds can gather to mark Armistice Day or one person can remember another in a personal moment. It is not a sombre place, but a place of coming together and celebration.