1980s British Home Computing

January 27, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

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

January 22, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

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

Family history consultation

January 22, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

Expert John Hanson is offering free 20 minute consultations to help you with your family history. Sessions need to be booked in advance.
Milton Keynes Libraries
Thursday, 19th March 2020

A Sense of Place and Time

January 22, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

A temporary textile exhibition – a journey of discovery with workshops, demonstrations, and opportunities to meet the artists.
Art to Stitch and Milton Keynes Museum
Until Sunday, 26th April 2020

The Gods of the Gardens

January 22, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

Richard Mawrey traces the history of gardeners invoking the help and protection of gods and saints, from Aphrodite/Venus to Saint Fiacre.
Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust

Priming The Fuse

January 21, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

Roger Penny’s talk covers three earlier conflicts which served as test beds for the tactics, techniques and technology of the Great War.
Western Front Association Milton Keynes Branch

Hardit Singh Malik

January 19, 2020 MKHA Webmaster 0

Hardit Singh Malik lived an extraordinary life, often in the face of great adversity, yet always with with charm and good humour.
Wolverton & District Archaeological and Historical Society