It's Black History Month in America, so we will feature black organisations, businesses and individuals this month

Featured Person

Jade Jayeola

Founder of 'MK Melting Pot' currently providing meals to 200 homes in Milton Keynes. Provides employability training and social activities to young people.

Featured Person

Maria Affa

​Founder of 'Making Good Better', A woman committed to alleviating the suffering of people in distress, poverty and sickness through the provision of financial support and mentorship

Featured Business

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Purple Spice

Restaurant & Bar is an authentic relaxation spot with a modern twist in the interior, giving our valued customers a whole new Nigerian experience. Our goal is to provide an all in-one relaxing atmosphere where you and your friends or family can socialise; eating, drinking and dancing to Nigeria sounds which serenates the room.

COVID myths vaccination myth buster from MK Health Watch

David Hall, Chairman of Cloudy Foundation talks about what they are foing to tackle digital poverty

DR Walter Greaves talks about how COVID-19 has impacted theatre and performance

COVID-19​: ​​​​What is the Council doing?

African Caribbean carnival to take place in Milton Keynes

Fatal stabbing of teenager, Lewis Wenman inspires filmmaking project. 

Jade Jayeola gives a heartbreaking interview about child poverty and crime in Milton Keynes

Jane Carr explains the plans of the Council through the Child Poverty Commission to tackle poverty in Milton Keynes

Child Poverty in Milton Keynes


The recent call for free school meals for children who could not afford it in the media has drawn attention to the issue of child poverty in Milton Keynes where one in five children is living in poverty.

This is Milton Keynes' Council report on child poverty.




Anger as Milton Keynes MPs vote against free meals for children

Knife Crime in Milton Keynes


A double murder at the end of 2019. A murder at the end of 2020 and one on the first of January 2021 and several burglary and assault cases involving knife crime in Milton Keynes. 

What are the police doing to reduce knife crime in the city?

Springfield Councillors speak up on knife crime


Register to Vote


25% of people from BAME backgrounds are not registered to vote, disenfranchising themselves by not participating in local and national politics which impact on their delay lives.

Rebecca Cave, Tax Writer and Election Agent discusses the importance of registering to vote

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

Christmas 2020 zoom conversations

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