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Loughton Residents' Association (LRA) Loughton Milton Keynes

2016 Newsletter Published

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The 2016 version of the Loughton Residents' Association Newsletter has now been published.

This is the 23rd year in succession that an LRA newsletter has been produced; and it is again packed with useful information about Loughton.

A free copy of the newsletter is delivered to every property in Loughton.  Volunteers have been delivering so you should now have your copy.

If your copy doesn't arrive contact us via the Contacts Us page.  Alternatively you can access an on-line version by clicking here

Last Updated on Saturday, 19 March 2016 23:35
 

Planning for the future of Milton Keynes

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Planning for the future of Milton Keynes!
What sort of house do you want to live in? Could you get around without your car? Where will you shop in the future? 
 
Milton Keynes Council is at the first stage of preparing a new Local Plan for the Borough called Plan:MK and we want your views. We are currently consulting on a number of topic papers, covering a broad range of subjects and including questions to help us understand your thoughts on how we might plan for the future of Milton Keynes.
 
The consultation is running until Wednesday 3rd December 2014, so to answer questions like the above, and to have your say, go to www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/PlanMK and look at the Topic Papers. 
 
Last Updated on Saturday, 04 October 2014 20:01
 

New Play Area by Sports Ground

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The Mayor, Brian White, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the redeveloped play area next to the Loughton Sports Ground on Saturday 20th July at 2pm.  Also in attendance was Peter Todd from Loughton Parish Council.

 
Apart from the usual swings and seesaws the play area has a pirate ship with slide set in a large sandpit and a large climbing frame with ropes and nets to test your skill.  An eager crowd of youngsters gave the play area a thumbs up.
 
The Play Association provided additional activities such as clay pot making to entertain the children.
 
The play area represents a great new facility for the younger members of Loughton and should provide many years of enjoyment.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 07 December 2013 12:37