Easter break gets off to a flying start

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This morning, the Easter school break went off to a flying start as BTCV organised a highly successful Easter event in the Bradville Community Hall.

The event saw over 50 people paint eggs, make Easter cards and egg baskets. Not only the children were creative, their parents got stuck in, too. A good time was had by all.

This event is arranged for the Milton Keynes Railway Walk Experience Project and includes family events as well as conservation activities by the Railway Walk Conservation Group. For more information call Monique on 01296 330 033 or email rwe@btcv.org.uk.

The Project has been awarded £65,000 of funding to improve the area. The money was given by WREN, a not for profit business that awards grants to community, environmental and heritage projects across the UK. The funding will go towards improving access to the Milton Keynes Railway Walk and creating a place for local people to escape to and enjoy.

Peter Cox, managing director of WREN, said: “BTCV and The Railway Walk provide an interesting and educational programme of activity which offers something for everyone. We’re delighted that the project continues to be successful and popular and works so closely with the local community. WREN is proud to work with projects like this, that make a real difference to local communities, children and families.”