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Loved listening to Odette this morning and reminded me of this post so I have updated it a bit. Keep up the good work @ #HarrysRainbow

Mum to Mum Milton Keynes

Introducing Harry’s Rainbow on #CharityTuesday

Harry’s Rainbow is committed to supporting bereaved children and their families.


“Our son Harry was 5 1/2 when he died. Prior to his death he was a perfectly healthy little boy with a huge personality!”

He became unwell in March 2009 and after a visit to the Doctors we were told he had a virus. The next day he was admitted to hospital as he was struggling to breathe. After being given a nebuliser and oxygen his condition improved overnight and it was assumed he had an asthma attack.

The results of the tests showed that Harry had suffered massive brain stem damage and once he was taken off of life support he would not survive.

Harry’s life support was switched off on 31st March 2009

“We chose to donate some of Harry’s vital organs which went on to help three…

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Christmas Time…Top Recommended Places to Visit Santa

The start of the Christmas preparations season arrived on the Mum to Mum Facebook Group, when Frosts announced their ticket sales date. Lots of mums asked for recommendations for other places to meet Father Christmas, and have an all-round festive time. We’ve collected all the suggestions together, grouped them by distance from MK, and given them a score of between £ and £££ depending on how expensive they are. Merry Christmas! […]

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Santa’s Grotto at @frostsgardens in #MiltonKeynes is back…Booking opens Friday 8th September @ 9am and it’s bigger and better than ever before!

Everyone is asking about Santa @ Frosts already! He is the best Santa in town and boy do tickets go quick! We have been told that tickets go on sale @ 9am on Friday 8th September. Please see Frosts for exact details @ Santa arrives to open his Grotto on Sunday 5th November at 11.00am. Join us for a unique grotto experience like no other. Enter Santa’s magical wonderland, sing with […]

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Milton Keynes Heritage Open Days Weekend

“Explore your local history and heritage. Free tours, events and activities for all the family” Since 2006, some of MK’s greatest cultural assets have thrown open their doors to allow visitors to experience what they have to offer – FREE of charge. This year, Heritage Open Days takes place from Thursday 7 to Sunday 10 September. In its first year – 2006 – 15 different events were held across MK. This year […]

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MK Scores: A Level and GCSE results

Results season has arrived again, with thousands of anxious teenagers finding out how they did in their A Level and GCSE exams in the summer term.  The MK Citizen has given us a round-up of news from across MK’s senior schools and colleges, with some very strong results coming in particular from the schools in the west – Denbigh, Hazeley and Shenley Brook End, and some big reasons to celebrate […]

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From Harley Street to MK with Corrective Chiropractic

Originally posted on Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine:
A respected Harley Street chiropractor has launched his own clinic in Milton Keynes that specialises in structural spinal care. Dr Lawrence King has opened Corrective Chiropractic, based at Warren Park in Wolverton Mill, which is open from 8am until 8pm on weekdays. Dr King made his name over the last 10 years including time at the Gonstead Clinic in central London, which has…

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Introducing Alexander’s Books @scholasticuk #Education #Charity #ChildrensBooks #MiltonKeynes

Hi! I’m Katie, mum to Alexander and owner of Alexander’s Books. I sell Scholastic educational packs and books from over 60 different publishers, as well as offering home tuition and support for home schooling parents. Working with Scholastic I help to raise money for my chosen charity, Milton Keynes Hospital Charity; they’re a fab cause and do so much good for our local hospital. Funds I raise go towards the […]

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What’s On: September

Your essential guide to community and charity events is continuing, beyond the summer and into the Autumn…let us know if we’ve missed any!   Friday 15th Afternoon Tea at Woburn Sculpture Gallery for MK Hospital Charity Saturday 16th Urb Farm Honey Day, Wolverton Kop Hill Climb Song and Rhyme Time for Under 2s, Central Library Sunday 17th Kop Hill Climb Saturday 23rd Peck’s Farm Shop Autumn Tasting Event Sunday 24th Local […]

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Rebecca Reviews: Mead Open Farm, Leighton Buzzard @MeadOpenFarm

There’s so much to do at Mead Open Farm, and with lots of it under cover, and with indoor and outdoor play areas too, it doesn’t matter what the weather’s doing. You can hand-feed the pygmy goats; bottle feed the lambs; help to groom the ponies; meet baby animals; learn all about chickens; win at sheep racing; and have a ride on a tractor-trailer – and that’s before you’ve had […]

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