Thames Valley Police have arrested a 21-year old man on suspicion of attempted murder after an incident occurred in Newport Pagnell High Street on Saturday evening.
Unfortunately there will be no Christmas Lights Switch On event this year, this was announced back in September by the Christmas Lights committee due to the uncertainty around Covid Restrictions at the time. However there are plenty of other festive events happening in town.
Newport Pagnell Town Council are holding its very first ‘Newport Pagnell Shopping Event’ on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th September 2021. This event is aimed at assisting our local retailers to recover, following long periods of lockdown for Covid-19. In this respect the Town Council have been aided by Government Funding applied for by Milton Keynes Council.
Newport Pagnell Town Council have been approached by several members of the public concerned about the formal notice placed in last week’s Milton Keynes Citizen regarding the “disposal” of Bury Common by Milton Keynes Council.
As lockdown eases in the UK, we’re expecting a rise in burglaries. We’ve partnered with the Home Office to create a new social media campaign to help keep people safe and continue the great work your scheme is already doing.
Our new Safety in Neighbours campaign is particularly exciting as it has a modern and eye-catching design to grab younger people’s attention and attract even more new members. Read more about the campaign below.
Under plans to ease the Coronavirus Lockdown Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that from the 4th July 2020 pubs will be allowed to reopen.
We’ve therefore put together this handy guide on which Pubs and Bars are reopening this weekend within the Town.
Covid-19 has had a huge impact around the world including that of Newport Pagnell, with many local shops forced to temporarily close or implement social distancing measures as per Government advice.
Brand new “Welcome” Signs for Newport Pagnell have recently been installed at each road entrance with each one representing various aspects of our town’s history.
The project was led by Newport Pagnell Town Council using a grant that could only be used for artwork purposes. The signage helps to create links to the past of our historical town and forms part of a strategy to promote the town’s long-standing historical assets, thereby attracting visitors and new shoppers.