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Sonework refurbishment of North Bridge will commence on 9th January 2017 and will take up to 16 weeks to complete.

In order to carry out the work safely it will be necessary to run two way lights for most of the 16 weeks.  Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.  A footway will be kept open but access may be restricted on occasions.


Residents living close to the bridge will receive a letter from Milton Keynes Council.



Milton Keynes Council's Highways Structures Team will be carrying out essential bridge refurbishment works at Newport Road between Chichley and Astwood.  Swans River bridge is located at A422, Newport Road MK16 9JW, over Chicheley Brook. 

Bridge works are due to start mid-January 2017 and are expected to last up to 6 to 8 weeks.


Phase 1 - From January 2017 

Phase 2 - Summer 2017 

For full details please see the link below:-





Newport Pagnell Town Council is putting on a vintage weekend on 17th and 18th June 2017.

Activities:  Two static aircraft displays: the Spitfire and Messerschmitt, along with their crews. The Military Police re-enactment group will be finding any spies present. Churchill's re-enactor will be mingling with the crowd and giving speeches, there will be  a 100 ft long Model Railway display, a vintage car show and military vehicle display, indoor displays from the 1940s period, including kitchenalia, clothing and toys from the decade, an entire town and shop windows dressed for the event, a high tea, many stalls to visit to buy those antique and 1940s items, a tea dance. Get ready to learn to Lindyhop.  Sunday will include old-fashioned sports such as tug-of-war and egg and spoon races, followed by the Strawberry Fayre.    

For a flyer on the event press here: 

For your stall holders booking events form press here:   

To join the committee or become a volunteer for this event contact the Town Clerk on townclerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk or phone her on 01908 618756 




Office to let in a modern community centre on the Green Park Estate, Newport Pagnell.

  • Main office - 117 sq ft (10.8 sq m)
  • Reception - 64 sq ft (5.9 sq m)

    Cupboard - 21 sq ft (2sq m) 

  • Unfurnished
  • Laminate flooring to main office
  • Carpeted reception and cupboard
  • Double glazed windows with blinds
  • Shelving and wash hand basin to cupboard
  • 3 x double electric sockets and 2 x BT points
  • Gas to radiator central heating

    Power, heat and light included in rent

  • Business rates included in rent
  • Shared toilet and kitchen facilities
  • Ample free parking including visit parking

For more information please contact Patrick Donovan at Newport Pagnell Town Council, telephone 01908 618756 or email deputyclerk@Newport-pagnell.org.uk 



Lloyd Bank customers should be on the lookout for a new sophisticated fraud that involves fraudsters sending fake bank letters.

The convincing letters being sent are a replica template from Lloyds and include their logo, address and signature from a customer service representative.

The letter tells recipients that there have been some "unusual transactions" on their personal account and asks them to call a number highlighted in bold to confirm they are genuine.

When victims call the number, an automated welcome message is played and the caller is asked to enter their card number, account number and sort code followed by their date of birth.  Victims are then instructed to enter the first and last digit of their security number.

The fraud was spotted by the Daily Telegraph who was alerted to it by a reader who had three identical letters sent to an office address.

Lloyds Bank has confirmed that the phone number and letter are fake.

The letter are essentially a sophisticated phishing attempt and serves as a warning to consumers to question written correspondence from their banks. 




Please help the environment by putting your food waste into your green bins.  Only 25% of food waste goes into green bins, and you can put 100% of your food waste into this bin, whether it is cooked or not.


You can also put lawn mowings, leaves weeds, dead flowers, windfall fruit and branches up to 15 cm diameter into your bin as well as your food waste. 


Don't let your leavings go into landfill.  It's dangerous to the environment. 



Here are some of the C Stops in and around the High Street, St Johns Street, Tickford Street and Silver Street in Newport Pagnell.  See if you can find them from the clues given below: 

Please take care not to cross roads without looking, mind where you are walking so as not to bang into others, and don't step onto private property.  All the stops below are not on private property.   

If you have found a  Pokemon Go stop that we don't know about, please let us know by contacting the Town Clerk on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk 


1. Look for a Lions head in Well near a pub named after artillery  

2.  Club for ex Servicemen

3.  Toll House 

4.  Signs at Ousebank Gardens

5.  French Family Memorial 

6.  An abbey named after what a clock does and a black motor vehicle. 

7.   Footbridge Plaque 2006

8.  Taylor's Cross

9.  Queen Anne's Hospital

10.Play Area in a street names after what a clock does and black motor vehicle. 

11. Near a place where people play with heavy balls. 

12. Inn for the Bull

13. Where are the Kings Arms

14. Wrestlers Garage

15. Where the posh cars were made

16. Old George Pub 

17. A plaque for the dead 

18. Where the Scouts hang out. 

19. Where was the Hob Goblin?

20. 1968 Phone Exchange

21. Newport Pagnell Map

22. Newport Pagnell club for working men 

23. Chandos Hall

24. Lovatt Bank 

25. Lovatt Bank Garden  signs

26. Middleton Centre 

27. Baptist Church

28. URC

29. Where do letters go?

30. Where we remember those who died in the Great War and WWII

31. A church named after two apostles.

32. Shakespeares Building

33. A Church hidden behind a parish chamber

34. The Pub with a fishy tail

35. Cooling Memorial Bench

36. Where the Coachmaker's drank

37.  My sore what

38.  Newport Pagnell Parish Marker

39.  History of Bury Common

40. The Native Environment of Bury Field

41. Newport Pagnell and the Civil War

42. The Railway that never was built

43. Dovecote

44. On the Common

45. Where Football is played




Milton Keynes Council Home page http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/


My Council Account http://mycouncil.milton-keynes.gov.uk/

Bus timetables https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/bus-timetables/


My MK mapping https://mapping.milton-keynes.gov.uk/mymiltonkeynes.aspx


Collection days waste and recycling https://www.milton-keyned.gov.uk/waste-recycling/collection-days


Highways and Transport Hub http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/highways-and-transport-hub









We are delighted to announce that Newport Pagnell has won a silver gilt award for all the many Britain in Bloom endeavours, including the hanging baskets, the volunteer's working groups and the litter picking day which saw many residents out and about picking up litter.   Our next endeavour is to hold more open garden days around the town in 2017.  Please let us know if you are a keen gardener, and are willing to open your garden for one day a year to the public.    

Thank you to the following sponsors IT Support Line Limited, The Rotary Club, Cambourne Travel and Mr John Smith.

If anyone would like to sponsor a basket for 2017 please contact the Town Clerk Shar Roselman on 01908 618756.




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The Town Council has published the 5 pillars of change for a vision for Newport Pagnell.  These are:

  • Keeping and enhancing the vibrancy of the Town Centre
  • Encouraging more and better events
  • Creating further off-street parking
  • Developing the Town’s Heritage offerings
  • Expanding leisure and sporting facilities in the town.

Please tell us if you agree or disagree that the Town Vision should be built on these "pillars of change."   Email the Town Clerk on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk

If you wish to be contacted by email for Town Council news and updates pleased contact Janine Wainwright on web@newport-pagnell.org.uk