Milton Keynes Heritage Association was formed in 1994 by a number of local heritage groups and museums, with the aim of encouraging and developing co-operation between organisations having an interest in heritage in Milton Keynes, north Buckinghamshire and south Northamptonshire

Local heritage events

MKHA members organise talks and other events for those interested in our heritage.

  • Multicultural New Towns Heritage Project

    MK has been enriched by migrants from Somalia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Iran and the Caribbean, with more recently from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
    Discover Milton Keynes
    Until Tuesday, 31st March 2020

  • 1980s British Home Computing

    From Sinclair ZX80s through ZX Spectrums to the BBC micro, visitors can relive their entry into computing with hands-on access.
    National Museum of Computing
    Until Tuesday, 30th June 2020

  • Barley Mow, Cosgrove

    Winter’s Tales

    Stories of old Cosgrove with Wendy Page. Cosgrove is a village about 2 miles north of Stony Stratford. Donations for Cosgrove Church Masonry Fund.
    Wednesdays, from 5th February to 25th March 2020

Heritage Open Days

In 2020 Heritage Open Days will take place from Friday, 11th to Sunday, 20th September.

All events will be free for the public to attend.


MKHA has around 70 organisation and individual members, with a broad range of interests and a wide geographical coverage from Buckingham in the west, Olney in the east, Towcester in the north and Woburn in the south.

Become a member

Membership is open to local history groups and individuals and is open to those outside the MIlton Keynes Council boundary.

Member benefits include quarterly meetings, grants, website hosting, free IT and archiving training and heritage advocacy.

Location map of MKHA members

MK Central Library exhibition

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