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Teach in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is a new city just 35 miles north-west of London, situated in the leafy county of Buckinghamshire. It is equidistant from London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge, and has outstanding transport links, so it’s the ideal local from which to explore England. Being a new city, everything functions well, it is clean and spacious, and has an emphasis on green living, with aims to be known as a Forest City. To this end Milton Keynes boast over 5000 acres of parkland, rivers, woodland and lakes – which might be why the city is in the top 5 British cities for families.

Milton Keynes is centrally located with excellent transport links

Milton Keynes is centrally located

If you’re a foodie, you won’t go hungry living in Milton Keynes. From haute cuisine to exotic and aromatic street food, or quality and affordable pub grub, there are choices for everyone both in the city centre and the surrounding market towns. The Theatre District offers an eclectic mix of dining experiences, in addition to England’s most successful theatre outside London’s West End.

You can burn some calories at Xscape, home of the biggest indoor real snow slopes (guaranteed awesome conditions for skiing or snowboarding), rock climbing walls, bowling, and Europe’s first purpose-built body flying tunnel. If you’re more inclined towards shopping, bars and restaurants, you will find all that there too.

Music lovers will adore The Stables, the city’s premier live music venue. Musical genes vary from rock, pop, world music, rock, pop and folk, so you’ll find something you enjoy. Classical music loves may prefer to check out the internationally acclaimed Milton Keynes City Orchestra. For an extra dose of culture, check out the free international contemporary art exhibitions at MK Gallery.

If you need a dose of hustle and bustle, grime and congestion, London is a short train ride away, and Luton Airport is only half an hour away if you fancy a weekend on the Continent. Or head to the other end of the spectrum and chill out along the banks of the River Ouzel. There’s much to love about Milton Keynes, which is why living there spoils you for living anywhere else!

Top Ten Things to do in Milton Keynes

  1. Visit the enormous Xscape complex for indoor skiing and snowboarding, rock climbing, cinemas, bar and restaurants and more
  2. Head to the Milton Keynes Theatre District for your pick of restaurants pre or post performance, as well as lively pubs and clubs
  3. Cruise along the historic Grand Union Canal, once an integral part of the Industrial Revolution, now a scenic link between city and countryside.
  4. Visit Bletchley Park and explore the top-secret world of WWII code-breakers and the National Museum of Computing
  5. Find inspiration in the grand Georgian gardens of nearby Stowe Landscape Gardens
  6. Explore the ancient woods of Shenley, Howe Park and Linford
  7. Check out some live comedy at The Comedy Cow
  8. Shop ‘til you drop at one of MK’s famous shopping centres
  9. Get your adrenaline going at Willen Lake, with cable wakeboarding, water skiing, adventure golf, or lakeside cycling tracks
  10. Cycle through quaint villages, abundant meadowland, medieval ruins and alongside scenic River Ouzel, before lunching at an idyllic country pub
Stowe Landscape Gardens

Explore the picturesque Stowe Landscape Gardens