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The Mead Centre is a welcoming space for individuals, clubs, families, businesses and other community groups. It is an ideal place for the community to meet, celebrate, learn, grow, share, and make a difference. The building has been designed to be accessible to all members of our community, in a way that transforms lives and enriches society.

Our aims are to raise awareness, increase understanding and enable active participation by all. The Mead Centre strives to be vibrant, joyful, adaptable, and spontaneous. It continues to be shaped by those who use it.

Latest News & Events

Our regular weekly and monthly events are open to everyone. These are designed to bring the community together in an inclusive way. These events are free, and a perfect opportunity to meet other people and make friends.

Time 4 Everyone

Time 4 Everyone

Every Thursday From 10.45am to 2.30pm

Everyone is welcome to come along to meet people, make friends over refreshments or a light lunch.

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Repair Cafe

Every 4th Saturday of the Month From 9.30am to 12.30pm

Our Repair Cafe is held on the 4th Saturday of each month from 9.30am until 12.30pm. Bring along any items that need repairing and enjoy some refreshments while you wait. Payment is by donation. We look forward to seeing you.

Our Supporters & Partners

We would like to thank all our supporters and partners, who have all contributed towards the success of the Mead Centre.

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The Coop

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MK Community Foundation

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United Reformed Church

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MK Dementia Hub

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Emily's Star

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Newport Pagnell Covid Response Group

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True Colours Performing Arts

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Zumba Fitness MK

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MENTalk

How To Find Us

Directions from the Newport Pagnell High Street

We are on the same side of the High Street as the Co-Op. If the Co-Op is on your left, keep walking towards the Cannon roundabout. You’ll pass ECIG Wizard, and then the Estate agents. You should now see an archway.

Walk through the archway. You’ll see the Church in front of you. The building on the right of the church, as you are facing it, is the Mead Centre, which is clearly signposted. 

Parking

There is parking as you drive through the arch, but it is very limited. We strongly suggest that you use the car park behind Boots and the Medical Centre. The entrance is on Queen’s Avenue.

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