Two Monday evening French language courses starting on March 13th; one for beginners and one for those wishing to brush-up their existing skills. Look under “What’s On” “Clubs and Classes” for March 13th for details.
The Bygone Stony exhibition at York House had 450+ visitors and there was a terrific buzz as memories were stirred, or discoveries were made by new residents of the town. Not only that but the usual great generosity of Stony people came into play and a whopping £276 magically appeared in the donations bucket – this will go to future York House community events. Thanks to all the photo contributors, to John Hawkins for the slide-show, to my able assistants, and to all those who came along and made it worthwhile. Thanks also to MK50 for putting on the celebrations.
Take a look at our Lantern Project page for details of another glorious success, and some stunning pictures – watch out especially for Spike the Dragon, Pegasus the Flying Horse, The Wizard of Brill, and the Mayor & Mayoress of Milton Keynes.
Hoping this link will take you to Derek Gibbons’ video:
The photo is for the little girl who was the happy recipient of the Mayor of Milton Keynes’ lantern. Sorry about the quality, mum. If you email me c/o http://firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll send you a larger image.
Over 460 people enjoyed Oktoberfest when MKBiergarten (Wolverton) and York House joined forces to bring you Stony’s first celebration of the great German beer festival.
The beer flowed, as did the conversations and the merriment. as the sun began to set, the light returned courtesy of the splendid brass band joyfully encouraging Gemütlichkeit – good cheer!
Another highly successful family Big Draw at York House Centre this October. Here’s a review and pictures.
Have a click!
‘Made in MK’ Awards 2016
York House Centre were delighted to be nominated and then short-listed for the ‘Best Community Project’ category at the inaugural ‘Made in MK’ awards organised by OneMK.
Jill Taylor (Trustee) and Fiona Trinder (Centre Manager) attended the awards ceremony at the Mercure Parkside Hotel in Woughton on the Green. We had a fantastic time – sadly York House Centre didn’t win our award but congratulations to The Black Sheep Collective (Bar Bar Black Sheep in Wolverton) who did, they also took the overall award. Congratulations also to our friends at MK Biergarten, Virtual Orchard and Hornes Brewery who all took awards home.
See a full list of winners at:-