Milton Keynes

The 17 things you don’t see in Milton Keynes anymore that you could a decade ago

Milton Keynes has seen huge change over the last 10 years.

Milton Keynes is something of a pioneer for the UK in terms of innovations and new business. From driverless cars to takeaways delivered by drone and groceries by robot MK is always one step ahead. But we have also lost some much-loved familiar haunts over the last decade as our gallery showcases.

The Netherfield Tavern was situated at 29 Farthing Grove and closed in 2017.

13. The Netherfield Tavern

The Netherfield Tavern was situated at 29 Farthing Grove and closed in 2017.
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Yates Wine Lodge was situated at 499 Lower Twelfth Street and was later Groove and has now been repurposed as part of the redevelopment plans for the area.

14. Yates Wine Lodge

Yates Wine Lodge was situated at 499 Lower Twelfth Street and was later Groove and has now been repurposed as part of the redevelopment plans for the area.
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The Kingston Tavern was situated on the Kingston Retail Park and closed in 2009.

15. The Kingston Tavern

The Kingston Tavern was situated on the Kingston Retail Park and closed in 2009.
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The famous and iconic Jaipur closed suddenly last month sending shockwaves through the MK restaurant scene. It is understood the distinctive and huge building is now to become a late-night cocktail bar and restaurant.

16. Jaipur

The famous and iconic Jaipur closed suddenly last month sending shockwaves through the MK restaurant scene. It is understood the distinctive and huge building is now to become a late-night cocktail bar and restaurant.
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