Your Voice Wall

Milton Keynes

This has been a challenging time for each of us during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
We wanted to mark this period in our history. 

The Your Voice Wall has been created to celebrate people’s talents and achievements and to give people with learning disabilities and/or Autism the chance to showcase their creativity.

Enjoy and thank you to all our members for making this happen.

Click on each shape to see more

Flowers

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

Flowers

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

Exercises for CAMEO

By Ian from Milton Keynes

Exercises for CAMEO Ian Milton Keynes

'The Lion King'

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

'The Lion King'

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

Could the Council have more staff that understand people with Autism and/or Learning disabilities?

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Council

Could the Council have more staff that understand people with Autism and/or Learning disabilities?

Jayme Milton Keynes

Being too overthinking and hard on myself

By Jake from Milton Keynes

Being too overthinking and hard on myself Jake Milton Keynes

Online CAMEO

Milton Keynes

Online CAMEO Milton Keynes

A feeling of shelter and protection

By Anna from Milton Keynes

A feeling of shelter and protection Anna Milton Keynes

By Judy from Milton Keynes

Embroidery Judy Milton Keynes

Birds

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Birds Kay Milton Keynes

Tried not to let these things affect me

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Tried not to let these things affect me

Tried not to let these things affect me

Sophia Milton Keynes

Kay proudly sharing her Old School work placement certificate

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Kay proudly sharing her Old School work placement certificate Kay Milton Keynes

Cycling helps me unwind a bit – you don’t focus on anything, it clears it up

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Cycling helps me unwind

Cycling helps me unwind a bit – you don’t focus on anything, it clears it up

Jordan Milton Keynes

Arriva sending out exemption cards was a mistake as everyone can print them off. How will they know who is genuine?

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Arriva

Arriva sending out exemption cards was a mistake as everyone can print them off. How will they know who is genuine?

Jayme Milton Keynes

You don’t know what you have until it’s gone

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

You don’t know what you have until it’s gone

You don’t know what you have until it’s gone

Jordan Milton Keynes

I felt calm because I was helping people

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Calm

I felt calm because I was helping people

Sophia Milton Keynes

It could be easier to understand if MK Council would provide easy read information or leaflet about COVID-19 lockdown by post

By Jack from Milton Keynes

Easy read information or leaflet about COVID-19

It could be easier to understand if MK Council would provide easy read information or leaflet about COVID-19 lockdown by post

Jack Milton Keynes

The name "Simon" in Japanese is
サイモン (saimon)

The name "Benji" in Japanese is
ベンジ (benji)

The name "Rachael" in Japanese Is
レーチェル...


By Heather from Milton Keynes

Japanese for the Talkback Charity Challenge week

The name "Simon" in Japanese is
サイモン (saimon)

The name "Benji" in Japanese is
ベンジ (benji)

The name "Rachael" in Japanese Is
レーチェル (reecheru)

The name "Amy" in Japanese is
エーミー (eemii)

The name "Yvette " in Japanese is
イベット (ibetto)

The name "Dovile" in Japanese is
ドビル (dobiru)

The name in "Krysia" Japanese is
クリシア (kurishia)

Friend names =

The name "Karen" in Japanese is
カレン (karen)

The name "Nicki" in Japanese is
ニッキー (nikkii)

The name "Kayleigh " in Japanese is
ケーリー (keerii)

The name "Jayme " in Japanese is
ジェーミー (jeemii)

The name "Nigel " in Japanese
ナイジェル (naijeru)

The name "Spike " in Japanese is
スパイク (supaiku)

The name "Garfield " in Japanese is
ガーフィールド (gaafiirudo)

The name "Tigger" in Japanese is
ティグジャー (tigujaa)

The name "Gypsy" in Japanese is
ジウプシー (jiupushii)

Heather Milton Keynes

Millennium Falcon Model

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Millennium Falcon Model Jordan Milton Keynes

My mental health was impacted

By Jack from Milton Keynes

Mental health

My mental health was impacted

Jack Milton Keynes

I had no support – social services discharged me during the lockdown

By John from Milton Keynes

I had no support

I had no support – social services discharged me during the lockdown

John Milton Keynes

I’ve learnt a few art skills by watching YouTube videos like resin art

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

I’ve learnt a few art skills

I’ve learnt a few art skills by watching YouTube videos like resin art

Jordan Milton Keynes

It would be good to have qualified Mental Health first aiders.

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Mental Heath First Aiders

It would be good to have qualified Mental Health first aiders.

Jayme Milton Keynes

Losing Weight After The COVID-19 Started

By Heather from Milton Keynes

Losing Weight After The COVID-19 Started

Losing weight at the first three months of COVID-19 I was not worried about it. Until I weight myself and realise I was putting on lots of weight because of a lot of snacking not eating proper meals and having little exercise because of being in lockdown firstly for the first period of COVID-19. Then continue with little exercise and bad eat afterwards when we were aloud out again.

7 month after COVID-19 started I decided I needed to take some action as I was realised I was almost at my highest weight I weighed some years ago and had gone to weight watchers to lose it. Then I didn't get to my goal of 10st, but I lost 50lbs at weight watcher.

Weighing myself in August 2020 I realise I was heading for my highest weight before weight watchers. I decided enough was enough I needed to change now as I'm getting nearer my 50 birthday and didn't want to be Fat and 50yrs. So I set my goal of healthy eating instead of a diet to train my body to list the fat and become healthy before then. I tried many app as I didn't want to go back to an outside group, I wanted it to do it my way. But most the apps for weight list are for people who live in America, so I found it hard to work out what I was eating and how many calories it was. Until I found NUTRACHECK App which I tried out firstly and was surprised it was an app for UK people with UK foods. It was doing a special offer for beginners of £30 to access the complete app i.e. calories, keeping your weight lost each week, but if I wanted extra help from nutritional nutracheck staff it was extra money which I decided against. I worked out the cost of weight watchers each week when I was doing it £5.95 each week for 52 weeks and this came out a lot cheaper. I've been doing the nutracheck plan of 1200 calories per day for a few weeks and was not losing much weight I was unhappy with it. I was following the calories perfectly. Until my mum spoke to me and said I had to keep an eye on the fat, sugar, carbohydrates and protein in the green to continue to lose weight which I didn't understand at the beginning. 

I have stuck with it with the help and support of my mum also losing weight and have continued to lose weight each week. In the five weeks I stuck by 1200 calories I've lost a total of 1st 3lbs. I'm still learning what right to eat and what's not right. I'm also I huge chocoholic before starting this healthy eating plan and had the biggest surprise of my life I haven’t craved chocolate for those 5 weeks since I started but would constantly with other diets I've tried. I now been on this healthy diet for 7 weeks now and total lose so far is 1st 6lb. I have got another 4st 10lbs to lose till I achieve my idea weight goal. I see this now as a lifestyle change and want to be more healthy in my whole life. I'm not going to give up this and I'm determined to reach my goal on 10st hopefully next year sometime I feel this app has been extremely helpful and help me understand my eating habit pattern also its extremely easy app to follow and will help anyone who wishes to achieve their ideal weight too.

Heather Milton Keynes

Hoping they will find vaccine next year!

By Jake from Milton Keynes

Hoping they will find vaccine next year! Jake Milton Keynes

Sharing Corona Virus information would have been better if there had been simpler language, use of Braille, sign language, Easy read, audio links. Not everyone can read!

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Sharing information

Sharing Corona Virus information would have been better if there had been simpler language, use of Braille, sign language, Easy read, audio links. Not everyone can read!

Jayme Milton Keynes

These changes impacted my mental health and increased my anxiety. Good things: my family was around; we spent more time together.

By Jack from Milton Keynes

The changes and the good things

These changes impacted my mental health and increased my anxiety. Good things: my family was around; we spent more time together.

Jack Milton Keynes

Nature pictures

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

Nature pictures

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

COVID-19 rules made me feel like a 5-year old

By Judy from Milton Keynes

5 Year Old

COVID-19 rules made me feel like a 5-year old

Judy Milton Keynes

The Weekly Talkback calls were a lifesaver to me.

By Heather from Milton Keynes

Lifesaver

The Weekly Talkback calls were a lifesaver to me.

Heather Milton Keynes

King of the Jungle

By Kayleigh from Milton Keynes

King of the Jungle Kayleigh Milton Keynes

To the Staff at Talkback

By Judy from Milton Keynes

To the Staff at Talkback

Thank you for allowing me to participate in the survey on COVID 19 and people receiving services and on the autistic spectrum.

The black represents the week from 16.3.20 when there was physical light during the day, but mentally and emotionally all I could feel was black.

The yellow circles represent the glimpses of light i.e. The post office re opening after being closed for two weeks Zoom calls.

Visits from my brother and the first time I went to the centre after four and a half months, my life felt as though it had been given back to me as a gift, and last but not least the very kind calls from the staff at Talkback.

I hope you are all well.

Best wishes,

Judy Milton Keynes

Looking out for some hope and some rays of sunshine

Art of a person looking out through rays of sunshine

By Anna from Milton Keynes

Looking out for some hope and some rays of sunshine Anna Milton Keynes

Poem

By Karen from Milton Keynes

Poem

I look around keep looking down

There are thunderstorms and raging waves

They say things have changed now

New things to adapt to, a need to change

The battle scene has not changed for me…

The demons still restraining roots, strong like a tree

For you see; I was already in a fight

Oversubscribed support, a dimming light

Falling to my knees trying to back up the other fighters

My own demons are not getting any lighter

It’s getting harder to keep going

Keep on masking, look happy, deception ongoing

Meds ineffective; in a video game would need a revive

But healing character lifeline is doing a skive

“Wait until the pandemic is over” they say

Those taxed to heal NHS face

But things were the same before

Can’t fight with such blunted weapons

It’s time for less red tape don’t you reckon

Karen Milton Keynes

Can Talkback give further training to Council staff to understand and support people with Autism and/or learning disabilities?

Milton Keynes

Can Talkback give further training to staff?

Can Talkback give further training to Council staff to understand and support people with Autism and/or learning disabilities?

Milton Keynes

Hopefully the Council will be able to sort out more support for people with mental health problems

Milton Keynes

Support for people with mental health problems

Hopefully the Council will be able to sort out more support for people with mental health problems

Milton Keynes

I enjoyed playing more board-games with my family – it was fun to do being able to play with them.

By Katie from Milton Keynes

I enjoyed playing more board-games

I enjoyed playing more board-games with my family – it was fun to do being able to play with them.

Katie Milton Keynes

Glenn Class Starship Custom

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Glenn Class Starship Custom Jordan Milton Keynes

What Kindness Means to Me

By Heather from Milton Keynes

What Kindness Means to Me

1. Helping family

2. Doing shopping for mum.

3. Collect mum medication at chemist.

4. Buy anything else for mum i.e.wool, etc.

5. Taking mum to hospital appointments.

6. Phoning friends to see if they are ok.

7. Shopping for friend who don't have cars to get about. i.e. Facemask

8. Being there for friends who need me when they have an off day. 

9. Friends calling me to see if I'm ok. 

10. Weekly contact with TU Group every Friday. 

11. Talkback calling me every Monday for a chat.

12. A member of staff from Talkback kindly made a facemask for me.

13. Having someone I can count on in times of need, i.e. when I'm stress, depressed, panicky. 

14. Mum being around the corner if I ever need advice, reassurance, and understanding.

15. Talkback calling me on Thursday for Cameo group. These calls are a lifeline to me, having someone to talk to who I trust and know well.

16. Knowing there is someone who understands me and caring to speak about how I feel and not be judged. 

17.Having friends to be there for you when you have an off day and being understood.

18. Having someone with the same interest as myself and to talk about hobbies and the day. Or just to say hello.

19. Having someone there when I have mental health issues. i.e. feeling depressed, anxious, low moods.

Kindness makes me feel cared for: someone there when I need them when my mind takes over and I over think thoughts or have a meltdown and when I get my down day and feel very depressed. By having someone I can trust to talk to who doesn't judge or make you feel you’re wasting their time. Someone who's happy to spend 20 minutes to help me get my thoughts, feelings, or anxiety in order. I find Cameo does that and more. Their group help people with Autism come together and be around others of the same condition. Who understand how you feel and like you quirks and all. Kindness is feeling that you’re part of a group, you’re not on the outside looking in and not understanding what you did wrong. Having true friends who know about your Autism and like you as you are. 

I am thankful for all the help and support I get from TU (Talent Unlimited) and Cameo (Talkback). Also, friends who call and check up on how I'm doing in lockdown. The Coronavirus 19 is very stressful and scary and having someone to talk to about feelings and what going on in my head is a relief. To me they are a very important lifeline with my mental health and wellbeing I don't think I would of being able to cope with this without their help and support.

Heather Milton Keynes

Koala

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Koala Kay Milton Keynes

Would like to receive Easy read flyer

By Jake from Milton Keynes

Would like to receive Easy read flyer Jake Milton Keynes

Seeing my art makes me happy. It makes me more confident and resilient.

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Seeing my art makes me happy

Seeing my art makes me happy. It makes me more confident and resilient.

Kay Milton Keynes

By Clodine from Milton Keynes

Photography When Lockdown Started

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Clodine Milton Keynes

Selling my art

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Selling my art

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Kay Milton Keynes

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

Cartoons

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

I spent more time writing my novel, and I’m finishing it for my granddad otherwise he’ll never be able to read the finished book – it’s like a tribute to him.

By Katie from Milton Keynes

A tribute to my granddad

I spent more time writing my novel, and I’m finishing it for my granddad otherwise he’ll never be able to read the finished book – it’s like a tribute to him.

Katie Milton Keynes

People who live on their own with any form of disability - they should be checked on if they haven't got any family members nearby

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Check on People who live on their own

People who live on their own with any form of disability - they should be checked on if they haven't got any family members nearby

Sophia Milton Keynes

My feelings regarding COVID-19

By Jake from Milton Keynes

My feelings regarding COVID-19 Jake Milton Keynes

I have used WhatsApp and Zoom to keep in touch with others

By Alex from Milton Keynes

What'sApp

I have used WhatsApp and Zoom to keep in touch with others

Alex Milton Keynes

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Pencil Drawing Jordan Milton Keynes

“If it wasn’t for CAMEO I don’t know how I would have coped”

“Being on CAMEO makes me really happy”

“CAMEO makes...

Milton Keynes

Thoughts about CAMEO MK

“If it wasn’t for CAMEO I don’t know how I would have coped”

“Being on CAMEO makes me really happy”

“CAMEO makes me smile“

“CAMEO gives me something to look forward to“

“Really love the group“

“The people are really friendly“

“You just accept us for who we are“

Milton Keynes

Inside my TARDIS

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Inside my TARDIS Jordan Milton Keynes

Could Talkback work with the Council to put information into Easy read documents? Seeing pictures instead of words would really help us.

Milton Keynes

Seeing pictures instead of words would really help us

Could Talkback work with the Council to put information into Easy read documents? Seeing pictures instead of words would really help us.

Milton Keynes

Everything from a distance so near but so far away

Landscape art

By Anna from Milton Keynes

Everything from a distance so near but so far away Anna Milton Keynes

'The Incredibles'

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

'The Incredibles'

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

I am on the Autistic Spectrum. People on the Autistic Spectrum deal with things differently. Since March, with the lock...

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

My Thoughts on COVID 19

I am on the Autistic Spectrum. People on the Autistic Spectrum deal with things differently. Since March, with the lock down, I felt like I have been in a cage, not being able to see my work coach so she could help me finish my CV to send out to people to help me find an apprenticeship. Even though I am on the Autistic Spectrum I can still read, write and fill in paperwork like application forms but I need someone to go through it with me, face to face, to make sure I am on the right track and putting the right information in, but with lock down that was not possible to do.

Jayme Milton Keynes

Not all advice is good advice

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Advice

Not all advice is good advice

Sophia Milton Keynes

Mental health services and social services should work closer together.

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

Mental health services and social services should work closer together.

Mental health services and social services should work closer together.

Jordan Milton Keynes

Squirrel

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Squirrel Kay Milton Keynes

If I had £ 1 million, I probably go to west country village in Ilchester when I was a child and explore things.

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

If I had £ 1 million

If I had £ 1 million, I probably go to west country village in Ilchester when I was a child and explore things.

Sophia Milton Keynes

I have learned how to do more online: meetings, courses. More difficult than face to face but getting used to it now. Still need support in person.

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Online Learning

I have learned how to do more online: meetings, courses. More difficult than face to face but getting used to it now. Still need support in person.

Jayme Milton Keynes

Making macaroni cheese

By Ian from Milton Keynes

Making macaroni cheese

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Ian Milton Keynes

By Heather from Milton Keynes

How I feel about Coronavirus

How I feel about Coronavirus

1. Scary
2. Nervous
3. Anxious
4. Terrified
5. Unsure
6. Confused
7. Scared
8. Depressed
9. Frustrated
10. Unhappy
11. ANGRY
12. Upset
13. Hopelessness
14. Confusion With The Politician Demands
15. Unhappy With Boris Johnson Way Of Sorting Out COVID-19 Rules.
16. Not Using The Pop Up Hospital For the COVID-19 Patients
17. News On TV Confusing (Always Changing)
18. Super Angry Not Being Able To See Doctor/Dentist If Have An Issue.

How I've had help and deal with Coronavirus

1. Mum Reassurance Constantly
2. Cameo (If it weren't for Cameo Staff contacting me every Monday and Thursday for talks, I don’t know what I would have done)
3 Talent Unlimited every Friday afternoon zoom talks.
4. Friends To talk to and meeting up with them.
5. Talking To Talkback Staff On Monday Is A Life Saver.
6. Talking To another Talkback Staff Member On Thursday Also. Extremely Helpful And Calming.
7. Knowing I Can Call Cameo Staff In the Week If Need To.
8. Talking To Friends On WhatsApp Checking up With Each Other. So Not Feel Forgotten About.
9. Having Talent Unlimited Support Group For Autism And Myself If Needed

Heather Milton Keynes

You can capture beauty forever in a photo.

By Katie from Milton Keynes

You can capture beauty forever in a photo.

You can capture beauty forever in a photo.

Katie Milton Keynes

Do you feel that people with learning disabilities are being listened to during this crisis?

Not enough. I have been listened to by Talkback. Other services have not supported me.

By Alex from Milton Keynes

Listening

Do you feel that people with learning disabilities are being listened to during this crisis?

Not enough. I have been listened to by Talkback. Other services have not supported me.

Alex Milton Keynes

USS Shenzhou NCC-1227

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

USS Shenzhou NCC-1227 Jordan Milton Keynes

Owl

By Kayleigh from Milton Keynes

Owl Kayleigh Milton Keynes

I have been given enough support. Talkback calling me every week, has helped me a lot

By Heather from Milton Keynes

Talkback support

I have been given enough support. Talkback calling me every week, has helped me a lot

Heather Milton Keynes

Some people think I won’t catch this Coronavirus - but anyone can catch it

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Anyone can catch it

Some people think I won’t catch this Coronavirus - but anyone can catch it

Sophia Milton Keynes

The day started like any other day had started for me, I woke up and did my morning routine which...

By Katie from Milton Keynes

Lockdown

The day started like any other day had started for me, I woke up and did my morning routine which consists of getting dressed. It was when I was eating breakfast that I heard that the whole country was being put under lockdown. OK I will just do what I would usually do when I don’t have to leave the house that way I will deal with this easier than freaking out about it I played games on my tablet for a while before I continued on with my morning routine.

“Hello and welcome back to let’s play the Sims 2 GBA now I know that I haven’t continued this let’s play for a while so you probably thought that I wasn’t going to finish this series. I had completely forgotten about this let’s play and I have just remembered about it and I am completely dedicated to finishing this let’s play” I say when I am sure that I am recording

“Hey I thought that we could” Mum starts and stops on seeing that I am recording “never mind sorry for interrupting” Mum finishes and leaves the room. I continue playing the game and commenting at the same time.

“Ok we have made good progress with this episode so far and this is where the video ends and I will finish this in the next part. I will see you guys in the next video” I voice and end the recording. I save my progress and end the recording. I quit from my recording software and I put away my headset and I made my way out of my room and downstairs where mum is sitting in the living room. “Hey mum what did you want to say?” I greet unintentionally making mum jump

“I was thinking later we could play a board game” mum says

“That’s a good idea, we should do it shall we play a board game at 2pm?” I suggest

“We will play a board game them. You can decide” Mum says my life went like that throughout the entire lockdown only with dad being at home after being furloughed and went back after a few weeks. It felt like walking in a zombie apocalypse when I go for a walk doing my best to avoid other people

Katie from MK

Katie Milton Keynes

Even though when COVID-19 lockdown started in March I feel I have learned some new skills such as being able...

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

My Experience of COVID 19

Even though when COVID-19 lockdown started in March I feel I have learned some new skills such as being able to use a program called Zoom so I could contact my job coach and friends. Now that they are slowly letting down on restrictions, I am meeting face to face with my job coach, because now I can put the finishing touches to my cv.

Jayme Milton Keynes

By Ian from Milton Keynes

Pictures by Ian

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Ian Milton Keynes

People with other health issues are scared to go to hospital.

By Heather from Milton Keynes

Hospital

People with other health issues are scared to go to hospital.

Heather Milton Keynes

My parents make sure I can be as independent as I can be in spite of having a disability

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Independent in spite of disability

My parents make sure I can be as independent as I can be in spite of having a disability

Sophia Milton Keynes

My Lockdown Experience

By Jordan from Milton Keynes

My Lockdown Experience Jordan Milton Keynes

Art by Jasmine

By Jasmine from Milton Keynes

Art by Jasmine

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Jasmine Milton Keynes

Sometimes I think it is good to stay safe but some people will struggle. Especially those people with Autism and Learning disabilities who are constantly spending time together. Also need to think about the mental health effects it causes.

By Jayme from Milton Keynes

Struggle

Sometimes I think it is good to stay safe but some people will struggle. Especially those people with Autism and Learning disabilities who are constantly spending time together. Also need to think about the mental health effects it causes.

Jayme Milton Keynes

Letters, easy read leaflets, all Government parties should work together and represent information to people in a clear way

By Jack from Milton Keynes

All Government parties should work together

Letters, easy read leaflets, all Government parties should work together and represent information to people in a clear way

Jack Milton Keynes

We have been in lockdown for a long time, it was not easy when Boris Johnson held conferences and provided mixed messages and information about lockdown and COVID – 19

By Jack from Milton Keynes

We have been in lockdown for a long time

We have been in lockdown for a long time, it was not easy when Boris Johnson held conferences and provided mixed messages and information about lockdown and COVID – 19

Jack Milton Keynes

Me at Willen Lake learning to walk independently again

By Clare from Milton Keynes

Me at Willen Lake learning to walk independently again

I am proud of myself.

Clare Milton Keynes

The council is not always difficult to get advice from, even their website is easy to use at times - It depends what you are looking for

By Sophia from Milton Keynes

Difficult to get advice

The council is not always difficult to get advice from, even their website is easy to use at times - It depends what you are looking for

Sophia Milton Keynes

Kay's Art

By Kay from Milton Keynes

Kay's Art

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Kay Milton Keynes