Great Linford Manor Park

Saturday 2 October 2021
Great Linford Manor Park, Milton Keynes
Organised in association with Eco Design Consultants

Due to bad weather the house had to come down early! But please come and join us at Milton Keynes Arts Centre to see the fabric houses on exhibition!!

Free refreshments will be provided throughout the day at Milton Keynes Arts Centre.

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ECO Design Consultants:
The Passivhaus Open House,
12–5pm Display
12–5pm tours at 1pm and 4pm

Passivhaus is a fabric first building standard which maximises year-round comfort, that can be applied equally effectively to new and existing homes. They are well insulated; drafts are minimised, and fresh filtered air is available in every room.

Eco Design Consultants is an award-winning chartered architecture practice, that designs beautiful, practical and fun places to live and work; and strive to deliver responsive solutions which have a minimal impact on the environment. They have a display explaining Passivhaus in their offices at Milton Keynes Arts Centre and will be running tours at 1pm and 4pm of a home being retrofitted to Passivhaus on Parklands.


To book a tour contact studio@ecodesignconsultants.co.uk or pop along to the display for more information.

Home Making Drop-in
Milton Keynes Arts Centre

Make your own miniature Milton Keynes house in paper to take home with you, or use it to mark where you live on our giant map of the town.

Free. No booking required.

A Walking Tour of Great Linford Village with John Gosling
1pm & 3pm

Meeting point: Almshouses, Milton Keynes Arts Centre

John Gosling is a resident of Great Linford and has been researching the history of the village, the people who have lived there over the centuries and their changing fortunes. John will be leading two walking tours: The first lasts for around 60mins, the second 90mins.



Please dress appropriately for the British weather.

The Almshouses of Great Linford: An illustrated talk by Julie Ireland
Milton Keynes Arts Centre

Built in 1697, Great Linford’s six almshouses are single cell-like rooms, each designed for occupation by unmarried poor people of the parish. In this illustrated talk, Julie Ireland will introduce some of the almshouses’ past tenants, including Kezia Rainbow, who lived there in the 1930s and ‘40s.


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