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Lest We Forget Silent SoldierWolverton & Greenleys Town Council represents around 12,500 people. The parish is made up of: Wolverton Mill, Wolverton, Old Wolverton, Greenleys, Stonebridge, Hodge Lea and Stacey Bushes.

The purpose of the Town Council is to represent the interests of the local community by providing appropriate assistance, and to support established and new initatives that will be of benefit to the Town, its residents, businesses and visitors.

Our popular annual events include: the Summer Festival, Wolverton's Firework Display, Lantern Festival and Remembrance Service. Visit the 'What's on' section for more information. 

You can view the services we offer such as; grants, allotments & the hiring of Hodge Lea Meeting Place below.
For missed waste collections, reporting environmental issues, more information on road closures & council tax, please click on the link to Milton Keynes Council services, who are responsible for these issues. 

Please see our newly installed Silent Soldier to commemorate 100 years since the Great War.  

2019 - Get Walking Wolverton Town Trails  

You can start getting fit, whilst learning more about the area you live in by walking Wolverton's Town Trails. 
You can download the app or pick up a leaflet which contains the maps. Click on this link for more information. 

Latest News

Our popular annual events include: the Summer Festival, Wolverton's Firework Display, Lantern Festival and Remembrance Service. Visit the 'What's on' section for more information.  

 

Keeping You up to Date

Agora Update 

Wolverton's new Post Office set to open 24th January

The Post Office has set its official opening date of 24th January after a small delay due to ongoing building works.  The new premises now on 14 Stratford Road, will be open to serve all your needs from the above date

Introducing Public Question Time

Following the last FC meeting on 11.12.18, the Council have changed their policy to allow a public question time session before every Full Council and Planning meeting from 6:45 - 7pm.   

Survey on Increasing Council Tax to Help Protect Operational Policing 

Anthony Stansfeld, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley has launched a survey on an increase in council tax to help protect operational policing. You can have your say by clicking the link above or the via link here 

Safer MK 2018 Survey  

Your chance to give your thoughts & concerns on crime in the area. 

Helpful Organisations in Milton Keynes  

Have you got what it takes to be a Councillor? We have Councillor vacancies available.You can also view more information about what the role involves here

  

Deal struck with UK-Swedish development team for £25m Agora regeneration

You can view the press release here 

If you need to order more recycling bags, report environmental issues or find out more about road closures please click on MK Council Services.

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