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Fishermead Community Walk - Research action in Milton Keynes

Fishermead Community Walk - Research action in Milton Keynes

Leaders gather in a circle outside Pebbles Nursery on the way around ther research walk
Community Walk at Pebbles, MK

Nine leaders from Fishermead institutions took part in a Community Walk to find out from one another how they see life in Fishermead.

The group stopped off at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Pebbles Nursery (pictured above), the playing field, Campbell Park Parish Council office (main picture), Frank Howe Court and the Chinese Overseas Christian Mission, to hear from leaders at each institution what they do and why, what they see and what they think about it.

Mike Kelly, Director of Samaritans MK, said: “I was really impressed by the strong sense of community support within Fishermead and the range of work being undertaken by the voluntary and other sectors in support of local residents.”

One of the issues discussed during the walk was car speeds. Walkers observed one particularly hazardous pedestrian/cycle crossing at the junction of Pentewan Gate and Child’s Way (pictured below), which is unmarked.

The Community Walk will be continued on Friday 15th July at 10am. If you’re interested to join, please contact Ruth Leigh-Smith.

Leaders watching traffic
Traffic Watch

Posted by Keith Hebden on 23 Jun, 2022

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