Reflecting its relatively young population Milton Keynes has an abundance of activities in terms of shopping, fine dining, leisure pursuits and entertainment.
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT
Xscape Milton Keynes is a year-round leisure and entertainment indoor destination and a place where anything is possible! Indoor sky diving, skiing and snowboarding, climbing and trampolining are all available.
A WALK IN THE PARK
As a relatively new city built around the core principles of sustainability and healthy lifestyles, MK offers a fairly unique ability for its inhabitants to enjoy with ease its many parks, lakes and cycle ways.
From huge shopping malls to independent boutiques, there are retail destinations to tempt everyone. thecentre:mk boasts over 190 stores, cafés and restaurants and is one of the UK’s largest shopping centres.
TREADING THE BOARDS
With a seating capacity of 1,400 the MK theatre hosts an array of dramas, comedies and dance events.
With its spectacular atmosphere, the open air Ampitheatre at Campbell Park regularly hosts well known national and international artists.
Milton Keynes is the place to be for lovers of gastronomy of all kinds with over 350 restaurants. With the towns varied menus, locals are guaranteed something to enjoy from take away to silver service.
SCHOOLS & COLLEGES
Milton Keynes draws families for many reasons. One of the most important is the exceptionally high quality of schooling, from nursery age all the way to college level.
The area has a wide range of state and private school options, plus excellent pre-schools. The majority of which are voted as outstanding or good by Ofsted. The schools within close proximity to Baholm include Glastonbury Thorn Primary School, Shenley Church End Preschool, Denbigh Secondary School, Long Meadow Primary school, The Hazeley Academy and Oxley Park Academy.