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Thursday 30 April is Love MK Day, a day that aims to promote MK as a leisure and business destination and to harness the pride that many people have in their city even if they no longer live there.

Beloware some #LoveMK messages of support from around TNMOC. More will be added during the day. and don't forget TNMOC open every afternoon Saturday to Monday on this Bank Holiday Weekend.

Milton Keynes didn't exist during World War II. Bletchley, the home of TNMOC, was then a small market town, but in 1967 Milton Keynes was designated as a "new town" and incorporated Bletchley, two other existing towns and another fifteen villages with the intervening farmland. Today the population of MK is almost a quarter of a million and home to many national and international companies including Argos, Domino's Pizza, Marshall Amplification, Mercedes-Benz, Red Bull Racing, Suzuki, Volkswagen AG and Yamaha Kemble.

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