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Milton Keynes and North Bucks Campaign for Real Ale

Fri-Sun 10-12 July - Stony Cricket Club beer festival

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Starts Friday evening at 5pm and continues 'til Sunday 9pm.

Details and Beer List here http://stonystratford.play-cricket.com/
 

Saturday 18 July - Winslow and Padbury Crawl

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Join us on a Branch Social to Winslow and Padbury.  There are seven great pubs in all, each with a different character, and a variety of beers to choose from.

We will be taking the Arriva X60 from the Point at 10.50, Central Rail Station 10.57, Buckingham Bus Stand 11.20, arriving Winslow Sheep Street at 11.39.

For those who wish to visit all seven pubs, the suggested schedule is as follows:
George Inn (7 real ales plus 1 real cider) 11.40-13.15*
Rosie’s Bar (2 real ales) 13.15*-14.00*
Bell Hotel (3 real ales) 14.00*-14.45
Nags Head (3 real ales) 14.50-15.30
Swan (2 real ales) 15.45-16.30
Catch bus to Padbury at 16.40**
Four and 20 (2 real ales) 16.50-17.15
New Inn (2 real ales) 17.15-17.40
Catch bus to MK at 17.46**

*This time may vary depending on if, what and where you want to eat.  Please see Food below.

Food
The George sells a range of locally made pork pies.  You may bring your own sandwich to eat in the George if you prefer.
Rosie’s Bar sells steaks, burgers, chicken, salads, full English breakfast from 12.00-14.30.
The Bell Hotel serves food all day on Saturdays (bar snacks with main menu at lunch time), but can be busy between 12 and 2pm.

Travel Time in Winslow
The George, Rosie’s Bar and the Bell Hotel are within seconds of each other around the Market Square.  The nearest bus stop is Sheep Street.  This is also the nearest stop to the Nags Head but is a 5 minute walk away.  It is approximately 10 minutes’ walk along the High Street to the Swan from the Market Square and approximately 15 minutes from the Nags Head.  The X60 runs once an hour at 37 minutes past each hour from Sheep Street and 40 minutes past each hour from Avenue Road, near the Swan.  The 60 runs every 2 hours at 15.25 and 17.25 from Avenue Road.  It does not call at Sheep Street.  
**If you miss the X60 to Padbury at 16.40, there is a 60 at 17.25 and the last X60 from Padbury to MK leaves from the New Inn at 18.46.

There is room for flexibilty in the schedule.  The only restriction is the frequency of the buses.  For the full timetable,  please visit  https://www.arrivabus.co.uk/south-east/services/60-x60---aylesbury-to-milton-keynes/?direction=outbound 

 

Saturday 23rd May, Beer Festival at the Three Locks, Stoke Hammond

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We are planning to visit the Three Locks Beer Festival on Saturday 23rd May, travelling on the Arriva 70 leaving MK Rail Station at 11.50, The Point at 12.00, Stadium MK (Saxon Street) at 12.10, Bletchley Bus Station at 12.15, arriving at the Three Locks at 12.28. This is an hourly bus service.   The last bus back from the Three Locks is at 17.50.  For the full timetable, please visit http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/streets-transport-and-parking/bus-travel/bus-timetables-and-information

(Please note, the Arriva F70 does not go to the Three Locks.)

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Saturday 30th May, Cider PotY presentations

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As part of CAMRA Cider Month, this Saturday we'll be having the presentations for the Cider POTY at The Lamb in Stoke Goldington from 12:15ish and then moving on to The Bell and Bear in Emberton from about 4pm. Travel info can be found below.

The real cider available in both venues is obviously top notch but cider drinking is not compulsory, both pubs serve an excellent selection of real ales as well. We hope to see as many of you there as possible to celebrate the awards whatever you choose to toast it with!

Cheers  

Ian


 
Stoke Goldington is served by the 37 from Wolverton New Bradwell, Newport and Olney - connections can be made from other parts of MK along the route. Emberton is served by the 21 from Lavendon, Olney, Newport and MK. For those of us who have to pay on the buses, the MK Moove ticket at £4.80 will cover travelling to both pubs from all parts of Milton Keynes Council area. From other parts of our branch, you'd need to get a ticket to the MK Moove boundary. 
 
Full timetable details can be found here MK Council bus info - summary table below.

If changing to the 37 at New Bradwell, you'll need to cross over to the opposite stop. The 40 only serves Cannon Corner in Newport, not Market Hill. If changing from the 2 @ 1135, Giffard Park roundabout or the stop just before the M1 motorway bridge are served by both the 2 and 37 and give a longer connection than Market Hill.

As an alternative to the 21 from Olney to Emberton, you could opt for the 25/30 minute walk.

 

Bus (Stop in CMK)40 (B3)25 (C3)2 (B3)5 (C4)7 (C3)23 (C3)2 (B3)1 (B3)21 (C3)
MK Food Centre110211081115112011261128113511411144
New Bradwell   114111481143   
Giffard Park Roundabout 11201130   1150 1156
Newport Pagnell Market Hill112211241138   115811591159




















Bus37







Wolverton1149







New Bradwell Foresters Arms1153







Giffard Park Roundabout1200







Newport Pagnell Market Hill1203







Stoke Goldington1215

















Bus37







Stoke Goldington1435







Olney The Bull1450

















Bus21







Olney Opposite The Bull1547







Emberton1552

















Bus212121





Emberton175218521952





Newport Pagnell Market Hill180419042004





MK Food Centre181919192020





 

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 May 2015 08:28
 

Saturday 16th May, Beer Festival at the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway

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There is a Beer Festival at Leighton Buzzard’s narrow gauge railway, showcasing the growing range of microbrewery products available in the area, including "Narrow Gauge" ale!  There are bars at both ends of the line, and in the middle.   As this is on a Saturday, Arriva local bus D1 will be 
running regularly to Page's Park from Leighton Buzzard main-line station and 
town centre.   So no need to drive! 


To travel to Leighton Buzzard by bus from Milton Keynes take the Arriva 70, F70 or 150.  For timetables, please visit http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/streets-transport-and-parking/bus-travel/bus-timetables-and-information

Alternatively, there are up to three trains an hour from MKC and Bletchley and two trains an hour from Wolverton.  For the full timetable, please visit  http://www.londonmidland.com/your-journey/timetables/
For more information about Leighton Buzzard Railway, please visit http://www.buzzrail.co.uk/
 
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