The proposed route of the Bedford to Milton Keynes Waterway Park is being marked by the installation of unique wood carvings at the Forest of Marston Vale’s Forest Centre & Millennium Country Park. The Trust commissioned the carvings by local wood carving artists – Carrie Yuen and Tony Langston. The carvings portray examples of wildlife … Continue reading “Press Release – B&MK Waterway Trust Unveils New Wood Carvings”
In March the Trust was made aware of the proposal to go ahead with a scheme to upgrade the A421 south of Milton Keynes and, despite our lobbying for 2 years, to not provide a culvert which would secure the route of the Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway. The main reason given for this decision … Continue reading “Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway Park – Impact of the A421 Upgrade”
“This is exactly why we need the Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway! Waterway travel to Bedford will be safe and easy when we close that gap.” BBC News article: ‘Mad’ narrow boaters to navigate The Wash to Bedford
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The Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway Trust welcomes proposals for a series of new communities in the Marston Vale to be built around a Waterway Park between Brogborough and Stewartby lakes. Landowners O&H Properties Ltd has begun a community engagement programme on plans for a series of new villages in the Marston Vale. The Waterway … Continue reading “Major Boost for Waterway Park Plan”