A new town / city, creating the  Unitary Authority of Milton Keynes  in North Buckinghamshire.  With a history of only 40 years and a population of 200,000 plus, it is now famous for its endless roundabouts and concrete cows! This category includes sites within the urban area of the town / city of Milton Keynes which includes the areas of
A:-  Ashland   B:-  Bancroft - Beancroft Park - Beanhill, Blakelands - Bleak Hall - Blue Bridge - Bolbeck Park - Bradville - Bradwell - Bradwell Abbey - Bradwell Common - Brookfurlong - Broughton - Browns Wood
C:-  Caldecotte - Campbell Park - Central Milton Keynes - Coffee Hall - Conniburrow - Crownhill
D:-  Downhead Park - Downs Barn --  E:-  Eaglestone - Elfield Park -  Emmerson Valley    F:-  Fishermead - Fox Milne - Furzton
G:-  Giffard Park - Granby - Grange Hill - Great Holm - Great Linford - Greenleys    H:-  Heelands - Hodge Lea
K:-  Kents Hill - Kingston - Knowlhill    L:-  Leadenhall - Linford Wood - Loughton - Loughton Lodge    M:-   Medbourne - Milton Keynes Village    N:-  Neath Hill - Netherfield - New Bradwell - Newlands - Northfield    O:-   Oakhill - Oldbrook - Old Farm Park - Old Wolverton    P:-  Pear Tree Bridge - Pennyland - Pineham    R:-  Redmoor - Rooksley
S:-  Shenley Brook End - Shenley Church End - Shenley Lodge - Shenley Wood - Simpson - Springfield - Stacey Bushes - Stantonbury - Stantonbury Campus - Stantonbury Fields - Stonebridge    T:-   Tattenhoe - Tilbrook - Tinkers Bridge - Tongwell - Two Mile Ash
W:-  Walnut Tree - Walton - Walton Hall - Walton Park - Wavendon Gate - Westcroft - Willen - Willen Lake - Willen Park - Winterhill - Wallstone - Wolverton - Wolverton Mill - Wolverton Mill South - Woodhill - Woughton on the Green - Woughton Park - Wymbush..

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