Albert French Day
Milton Keynes RoseThursday 15 June
Join us for this annual service at the Milton Keynes Rose on the 15th June. Albert French was a young man from Wolverton who was killed in action in World War I at the age of 16. This short service commemorates the ultimate sacrifice of young people in war.
The closest parking is available in centre:mk car parks (John Lewis end). From there you can follow the Redway bridge into the park.
Milton Keynes Rose is based in Central Milton Keynes in Campbell Park. It was designed by internationally renowned artist Gordon Young. The Milton Keynes Rose is a vast and impressive open-air circle with markings based on the mathematical beauty of a flower. 106 granite pillars of varying heights emerge from the surface, many of which are inscribed with dates of events that have local, national or international significance. Regular events are held here to celebrate and commemorate significant days of the year.
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