Click & Collect Service at Stony Stratford Library
Good news! Although Stony Stratford Library remains closed they are now able to offer a click and collect service. Books can be collected from Stony Stratford Library on Saturdays between 10am and 1pm. For full details of the click and collect service and how to reserve your books please go to: https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/libraries/library-community/click-collect. Strict measures are in place to ensure that this service is as safe as possible
****LANTERN PROJECT NEWSFLASH*** The wait is finally over…the theme for this year’s ‘Stony Stratford Lockdown Lantern Project’ is Christmas at Home!
Due to Covid-19 restrictions there will be no Switch-On Day this year, so we are teaming up with the Stony Community Advent Calendar project to bring your family a special artistic opportunity. We will be selling lantern kits (on-line sales only) for you to create a lantern or a window scene to decorate your front window – you could even do both!
The streets of Stony Stratford, Galley Hill and Fullers Slade will be allocated a number to represent each day of Advent, but this year we will be asking you to have all your lanterns and window displays lit up from 1st December for everyone to enjoy throughout the festive month. Look out for a Lantern Leaflet through your door at the beginning of October, Lantern Kits will be available to buy on-line from Monday 12 October. There will be 2 sessions for you to collect your kit/s from York House on 14 & 15 November. More details and on-line link to follow. Please share this post, let’s bring some Christmas cheer after a difficult year. Join the Stony Stratford Lantern Project Facebook Group for latest updates.
The GHRA Committee would like to thank the MK Community Foundation for their generous funding to buy tablet computers for the residents of Galley Hill to use. The money has been used to purchase tablets which will be loaned to GH residents who would like to stay in touch with relatives or friends further afield. Thanks to the MK Community Foundation we have been able to afford several tablet computers for this purpose.
Thank you from the GHRA Committee, and residents of Galley Hill.
“Arts Gateway MK is the nearest arts organisation to Fullers Slade and, being on Kiln Farm. For two years we`ve been at 20 Burners Lane, the large sand-coloured building on Pitfield, 200m south of Millers Way, where we provide 75 studios for all sorts of creatives. We have around a dozen recently completed and available if any parish creatives have a full or part-time creative practice and would like their own workspace in our creative family.
We`ve just posted two short-term jobs at https://www.artsgatewaymk.org/category/opportunities/. Unusually for us, they`re paid. If anyone has, or knows someone who has experience in helping small charities (organisation capacity and fund-raising), to help us make a difference, the closing date is 10th July.
Thanks to the hard working guys and girls behind the scenes GHRA has been awarded a Gold Accreditation by Milton Keynes Council. Key members of the committee have been working hard to put all the pieces in place to receive this award, and a cash grant which accompanies it which will be used to help the community in Galley Hill.