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MK Rose

The MK Rose, located in Campbell Park, is a new public space for Milton Keynes where everyone can commemorate, celebrate or remember a special person or event throughout the year.  Created by internationally renowned artist Gordon Young, the MK Rose features a calendar of days important to the people of Milton Keynes.  These are represented by 105 pillars arranged in the geometric design of a flower. So far, 62 pillars have been inscribed (list of agreed pillars so far available here) and 43 others have been left for future dedications.

Getting Involved With MK Rose

If you would like to get involved with MK Rose by holding an event there please complete the application form and send it to events@theparkstrust.com and one of the team will contact you. Because Campbell Park and the MK Rose are used regularly for many different events and gatherings, we’ll be able to advise about all the activities taking place so that we can be certain that other planned events do not clash.  We would be happy to help ensure that all activities are safe and we can also help to promote your activities.  

Upcoming events at MK Rose

Date & Time

Pillar Commemorated

What’s Planned

Tue 1 Mar 2016
Time TBC

St David's Day

Celebrate the patron saint of Wales with song and poetry.

Tue 8 Mar 2016
10.15am

International Women's Day

Celebration with speeches by inspirational local women.

Sun 13 Mar 2016
12pm - 1pm

St Patrick's Day

Celebration for the patron saint of Ireland.

Sat 23 Apr 2016
Time TBC

St George's Day

Ceremony celebrating the patron saint of England

Sun 24 Apr 2016
11.30am

International Workers Memorial Day

Gathering to remember the people who have died from work related illness and incidents.

Sun 12 Jun
Time TBC

Albert French 

Commemorative event for Albert French and the local community's contribution to The Great War.

Thu 14 Jul 2016
11am

Disability Awareness Day

Short ceremony for Disability Awareness Day.

 

For more information about this spectacular new artwork for Campbell Park and how the project came about please see the MK Rose website - www.mkrose.co.uk