Centrecom is used by a number of regular clubs and societies who meet here weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Information about some of these is below.
Central Milton Keynes Town Council meets monthly at Centrecom. These meetings are open to the public and details of meetings are available on our website http://cmktowncouncil.gov.uk or on our noticeboard, which is outside of the Central Library.
CMK Town Council is one of 46 parish councils in MK and represents the views of our local community on a wide range of matters. It also seeks to improve services to meet the needs of our residents, striving to improve quality of life for our parish. Of course, MK City Council has responsibility for the services provided to all of its residents, but the Town Council works with them when issues occur.
The area of the parish is from the station to the canal and is bounded by Silbury and Avebury Boulevard. We currently have 7 councillors who work with the Clerk and represent some 5,000 residents across the city centre and Campbell Park.
Much of the work we do is related to planning applications, to which we respond in detail to MK City Council.
We also post our quarterly newsletter through every door to keep residents up to date with what is happening in the parish.
Milton Keynes Parkinson’s Support Group at Centrecom
This group meets on the last Wednesday of each month at the Centrecom building in Central Milton Keynes at 2.00pm. We have guest speakers talking on a wide range of subjects, and occasional social events such as quizzes and musical entertainment.
We aim to provide support and information to local people affected by Parkinson’s including their carers, as well as a pleasant social event.
For further information Millie Rowe on email@example.com
Fitness Classes every Monday evening 5.30 – 6.30 – Move Together with Lisa firstname.lastname@example.org
John Lewis Retirement Club meet at Centrecom on the second Wednesday of each month from 1-45pm until up to 3-45,, we welcome new members who are retired JLP partners.
We charge a £2.00 entrance fee which includes tea/coffee & biscuits. We have a Bring & Buy Sale in January, Harvest Festival in September, and a Xmas Party with entertainment in November.
All the other months we have interesting talks by guest speakers We arrange two day trips to places of interest, or the coast etc. and a week`s coach holiday in the summer, last year we stayed in Newcastle and visited Beamish, and Alnwick Castle and other interesting places.
Centrecom is a beautiful hall, with a fully equipped kitchen, fold away tables and seating for clubs use, air conditioning, we enjoy having our meetings there. Plus theres a free car park for users of the hall.
Do you or anyone you know have a macular condition such as Age-Related Macular Degeneration, AMD? Our friendly support group offers a warm welcome to new members, just come along to meet others who understand about living with this visual impairment.
Our group offers practical and emotional support to anyone with central vision loss from any macular condition, as well as to their family and friends. We have a programme with a variety of speakers and social meetings at which there is always time to share experiences, problems, and tips on living with sight loss with others who have found that in spite of the ups and downs of the challenges, life can still be positive, interesting and enjoyable. We also have a monthly coffee morning and some lunches out during the year.
There is no need to book, just come along.
Monthly meeting at Centrecom:
Second Tuesday of each month from 2.00 to 4.00pm at
It is a short walk from the bus stops, there is free car park nearby and blue badge spaces outside, and inside is easily accessible for those with sight loss as well as other disabilities.
Drop in Coffee morning in the John Lewis restaurant
First Tuesday of each month from 10.00am to 12.00pm
For information please phone:
Maggie: 01908 319 292 or Paul: 07769 494 087
Macular Society Website: https://www.macularsociety.org