Due to recent government advice around coronavirus (COVID-19), this event has been cancelled.

Please see our latest statement here.

CANCELLED: 5 Ways Cafe Coffee Morning 12/05/2020 (other dates available)


CANCELLED: 5 Ways Cafe Coffee Morning

11am - 1pm
Suitable all ages

This event is in the past. This page is for information purposes only.

Come along to St Andrew's Church at Great Linford Manor Park and join us for a hot drink. Everyone is welcome and it's a great way to meet new people and enjoy our historic park with an accompanied walk.

Coffee mornings are now on the second and last Tuesdays of the month from 11am-1pm.

All our coffee mornings are run by volunteers and are dementia friendly.

  • Great Linford Manor Park


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    Great Linford Manor Park is a special, heritage-rich park set within the old village of Great Linford. It contains features that were first laid out centuries ago, including ponds and a Wilderness Garden which represent the English Landscape style of garden design that became popular for country estates during the 18th Century.

    Refreshments and food can be found nearby at The Black Horse and the Nag’s Head which are open for lunch and supper. Milton Keynes Arts Centre has a small café where drinks can be purchased.

  • £3.1m
    Great Linford - Awarded £3.1m

    Did you know...thanks to National Lottery players we have been awarded £3.1m to 'Reveal, Revive and Restore' Great Linford Manor Park! Find out more about how we're funding the project.

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  • Great Linford - Master Plan

    Did you know... you can view the Master Plan for the Great Linford Manor Park project, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, on our website?

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  • Great Linford - Join the Friends

    Did you know...you can join the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park on a guided walk around the park to discover what it would have looked like in the 18th century. Ask questions and find out about the renovations.