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.

  • Down Among The Gypsies

    Using examples from her own family and other historical documents Dianne Sutton will tell us about these travelling people.
    Buckinghamshire Family History Society
    Wednesday, 2nd October 2019

  • Our changing wildlife

    Which British species are increasing or decreasing, and why? How have populations changed over the last 150 years? What of the future?
    Newport Pagnell Historical Society
    Tuesday, 1st October 2019

  • History of British parks

    The speaker is Paul Rabbitts who is a qualified landscape architect and is currently Head of Parks in Watford. He is a passionate advocate for public parks.
    Bletchley Archaeological & Historical Society
    Thursday, 3rd October 2019

Heritage Open Days

This year Heritage Open Days will take place across two weekends: Friday, 13th to Sunday, 22nd September 2019.

All events will be free for the public to attend. The theme will be People Power, a celebration of the ways that people across time have taken action to change our world.

Members

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

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