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Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes (England/UK)

Milton Keynes n.

Milton Keynes (England/UK)

Building communities collaboratively: the Milton Keynes Community Mobiliser Service

MILLS, Carole Denise (born 1963), Chief Executive, Milton Keynes Council, since 2014

STEWART, Iain Aitken (born 1972), MP (C) Milton Keynes South, since 2010

HENSHAW, Frank Charles (born 1930), DL; FRICS; General Manager, Milton Keynes Development Corporation, 1980–92

GEDDES, Michael Dawson (born 1944), Executive Director, Milton Keynes Economic Partnership, 1995–2003

LANCASTER, (John) Mark (born 1970), MP (C) Milton Keynes North, since 2010 (Milton Keynes North East, 2005–10); Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence, since 2015

LIMB, Ann Geraldine (born 1953), DL; Chair: South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership, since 2012; Destination Milton Keynes, since 2009

BALOGUN-LYNCH, Christopher Charles (born 1947), Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecological Surgeon, Milton Keynes General Hospital, 1984–2010, now Emeritus

KING, Norman (Ross Dutton) (1933 - 2013), Chairman, Buckinghamshire Health Authority, 1993–96; President, Safety Centre (Milton Keynes) Ltd, since 1997 (Chairman, 1992–96)

HUGHES, (Michael) Antony (born 1953), a Circuit Judge, South Eastern Circuit, since 2006; Designated Family Judge, Milton Keynes and Oxford, 2007, and Northampton, since 2014; Deputy High Court Judge, since 2007

Understanding Youth and Crime: Listening to Youth? By Sheila Brown (Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1998. 160pp. £50 hb; £15.99 pb) Young People and Youth Justice. By Kevin Haines and Mark Drakeford (London: Macmillan, 1998. £14.99)

Apologetic for Filioque in Medieval Theology. By Dennis Ngien. Pp. xiii + 194. Milton Keynes, UK and Waynesboro, GA: Paternoster (an imprint of Authentic Media), 2005. isbn 1 84227 276 4. Paper n.p.

Dennis C. Bustin. Paradox and Perseverance: Hanserd Knollys, Particular Baptist Pioneer in Seventeenth-Century England. Foreword by Ian Gentles. (Studies in Baptist History and Thought, number 23.) Milton Keynes, U.K.: Paternoster Press. 2006. Pp. xvi, 380. £24.99

 
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Town in Buckinghamshire, s central England. A new town, it was designed on a grid pattern by Richard Llewelyn-Davies in 1967. Milton Keynes is the headquarters of the Open University. ...


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