UROY CLARKE has lived and worked in Milton Keynes for most of his life, based in Broughton Gate with his family. He is a university lecturer and also runs a college helping less fortunate people gain qualifications. He is a former President of the MK Equality Council with a particular interest in homelessness & mental health.
KERRIE BRADBURN has lived and worked in Milton Keynes all her life. Her background is in local government and education, where her particular expertise is working with disadvantaged children. She is currently Examinations Officer at Hazeley Academy. She is also passionate about football - MK Dons & Liverpool since you ask......
SAM CROOKS came to Milton Keynes to work at the Open University. He has been a councillor in this area for over 20 years and twice been Leader of the Council. He was Mayor of Milton Keynes 2019 - 20. He is also a magistrate and a former trustee of the Bletchley Park & the Parks Trust. He was the first chair of the city's Community Relations Council.
We've just heard from the Council that the first people with the COVID-19 Omicron variant have been confirmed in Milton Keynes. All four cases were linked to travel. Several more suspected cases are currently being investigated.
The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Milton Keynes has risen rapidly in the last couple of weeks. We are now seeing more than 300 cases per day (equivalent to over 700 cases per 100,000 per week). Almost all of these cases are still the Delta variant.
Following its public consultation earlier this year the Council has decided not to proceed with its proposal for double yellow lines at a very precise location on Tyhurst. However it will keep the parking situation in Tyhurst as a whole under review.
We'd be really grateful for residents' views on what could be done to improve Tyhurst parking to: email@example.com or 07803 036 656.
Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (that's the local non-Hospital NHS to you and me) is undertaking a public consultation asking residents to share their views on proposed changes to three of its policies:
Advance notice that Broughton Grounds Lane (30 metres north east of its junction with Neptune Crescent) will be closed overnight from 8 pm on Thursday 16th December to 6 am on Friday 17th. This is to allow the installation of a telecoms mast.
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