Milton Keynes Council Support BLM

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This song was made by the people of Milton Keynes during the COVID lock down. 

Free Parking Anyone?

Intu shopping centre in central Milton Keynes will open its doors for the first time in nearly 3 months on June 15th 2020. Under normal circumstances, you would expect cheering crowds, a brass band, balloons, and banners to mark such a colourful occasion.

Job opportunity

The MK Mix is seeking an Apprentice Digital Content Creator

An opportunity is available for an out-going Apprentice Digital Content Creator.

Black Lives Matter

The murder of George Floyd in broad daylight by a police office has sparked world wide protests calling for justice and equality for black people. 

The MKMIX is proud to associate itself with the Black Lives Matter movement to call for the equal treatment of black people especially in regards to their relationship with law enforcement.

Mayor's statement on George Floyd

“The killing of George Floyd was an abhorrent act which leaves me with a sense of deep sadness and regret. As the First Citizen of Milton Keynes I take a deep sense of pride in the fact that our city and borough embraces diversity and welcomes people from all backgrounds regardless of colour, creed or religion.


INTU MK set to open

INTU presents guidelines for reopening of the centre next week

Images from the launch of the Black Pioneers of Milton Keynes in January 2020 by Milton Keynes Council and Junior Filmmakers

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