As well as our one-off bookings, Centrecom hosts a number of regular user groups who meet on a weekly or monthly basis. These are listed below alphabetically:
Central Milton Keynes Town Council
CMK Town Council is the parish council for Central Milton Keynes and Campbell Park residents. We meet at Centrecom once a month on the 1st Thursday of each month (twice in June) and all meetings are open to the public. The agendas for our meetings are varied, but will always focus on matters directly affecting CMK.
The Town Council is one of 45 parishes across the whole of Milton Keynes and represents about 3,500 residents from the station to the far end of Campbell Park.
Our work focuses on influencing the borough council (Milton Keynes Council) to deliver better services and to make better decisions for our residents (on local development proposals and licensing applications, for example). We also partner with them on a number of projects to improve the quality of life for our residents.
We have 8 councillor positions across 3 wards within the parish. Occasionally there are vacancies. If you are interested in finding out more, why not contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want more information about the work of CMK Town Council, why not go to our website www.cmktowncouncil.gov.uk
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
John Lewis Retired Partners
Lohana Community of Milton Keynes
Macular Society MK
DDo 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
Move Together – Fitness Class with Lisa – Mondays 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Nana Osei Prwempong
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
Power of God Pentecostal Church
University of the 3rd Age – Tai Chi – Friday Mornings
Sing more & Worry less! The better way to start your week.
Share the feel-good factor that singing brings and leave the cares and worries of the world behind as you discover the Health & Well-being benefits of singing! Voices:MK is an open to all singing group for singers & those who think they are not singers, for people who care and people who are cared for.
You do not have to read music to sing. Please ask for a free taster session, come along and have a sing in an informal, relaxing session which will leave you feeling good! Voices:MK meet each Monday morning at Centrecom in Central Milton Keynes (term-time only, free parking available). Large print copies and Music Audio files available.
David Meek of SingingXtra leads Voices:MK. He is former Singing Leader for MK Music Service where he accompanied & directed the MK Music Service Gospel Choir, which led to Voices:MK. The MK Adult Education Service “Singing For Fun” and “Find you Voice” courses were also tutored by David who continues to regularly work with children and adults. In 2012 David led MK’s Singing City Choir for the Cultural Olympiad, made up from singers across MK. In the same year he established the Blue Notes for those with Parkinsons and their carers.
William Ngoy Prayer Group
Women’s Institute of Milton Keynes
We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1.30pm. Most months we have a speaker i.e. Antiques – Patch work – Bees etc. You are most welcome to come along for a cup of tea and a chat and more information, or contact Heather on 01908 604822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org