Join The Parks Trust to discover more about Milton Keynes’ beautiful parks at its summer celebration and open day on the events plateau in Campbell Park.
A host of exciting activities have been organised for an afternoon of family fun that is absolutely free on Sunday July 6, from 1pm to 4pm.
You can find out more about activities in the parks such as trials biking, BMX, orienteering, Nordic walking, health walks and a wide range of watersports.
There’ll be representatives too from some of the exciting events happening this year including Milton Keynes International Festival and the ever popular Filipino Festival.
Meet our Direct Works Team and watch displays and demonstrations of the modern machinery and tractors that help keep the parks in such great condition. And our Community Rangers will be on hand to give advice on the best places for walking, tips for dog walkers and information on water safety.
The day will also include The Bradwell Silver Band, children’s craft activities and games, bug hunting and food concessions and stalls. Robbie the Land Train will be making a special appearance and you can climb aboard for free rides around the plateau.
Visit The Parks Trust’s Marquee to view displays about our work and listen to a series of talks about different aspects of the city’s parks.
At 1.30pm Martin Kincaid our Biodiversity Officer will tell you about our wonderful wildlife, at 2.15pm Chief Executive, David Foster, will be sharing the Trust’s future plans and taking your questions and at 3pm there will be an art walk and talk from Briony Fox, our Head of Community Engagement.
Recommended parking is at Milton Keynes City Centre.
For further information visit our website www.theparkstrust.com.