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Today, Wolverton is the larger element of the modern parish of Wolverton and
Wolverton RUFC changed its name in 1973 to Milton Keynes RUFC, based in
Other club venues in the league include
, Newport Pagnell, Woburn Sands, Stony Stratford and the Open University, amongst others.
is a civil parish with a Town Council in the borough of Milton Keynes, England. It is north-west of central Milton Keynes, and according to the 2001 census had a population of 8,253. It includes Wolverton, Old Wolverton, Wolverton Mill,
The township comprises the communities of Castleton, Colborne, Dundonald, East Colborne, Edville,
Corners, Griffis Corners, Loughbreeze, Morganston, Purdy Corners, Salem, Shiloh, Tubbs Corners and Victoria Park.
Wolverton is a constituent town of Milton Keynes (which is in north Buckinghamshire, England). It is at its northern edge, between Stony Stratford and Newport Pagnell. It is the administrative seat of Wolverton and
Milton Keynes Museum is an independent local museum in the parish of Wolverton and
in Milton Keynes, England. It is mostly run by volunteers with a small number of paid staff.
The Bancrofts comprise just half the H2/H3/V5/V6 grid square, which is divided by the West Coast Main Line that also is the parish boundary, with Stacey Bushes (in Wolverton and
parish) on the other side of the track. Monks Way (H3, A422) bounds the parish from the neighbouring Bradwell.
Milton Keynes RUFC began as Wolverton RUFC but changed its name in 1973, based in
. In April 2011, the club transferred to a new ground in Emerson Valley. The move was opposed by the local community, but planning permission was granted on 6 September 2007.
The H1 Ridgeway runs from the northern edge of Stony Stratford, across V4 Watling Street to a point on the V5 east of Wolverton. It is the shortest of all grid roads, having only two grid roundabouts and with a large gap where a bridge over the A5 should be. An aerial view is here . It serves Stony Stratford, Fullers Slade, Wolverton Mill and
For census purposes, the Office for National Statistics has used the boundaries of the former Wolverton Urban District Council to designate an Urban Sub-area that it called Wolverton/Stony Stratford. The area covered included Stony Stratford CP, Wolverton and
CP, New Bradwell CP, Stantonbury CP and part of Great Linford CP. At the 2001 Census, the population of the Sub-area was 60,359. From the 2011 census, the ONS ceased to use this indicator.
Jeff Butterfield was then asked by W H Weston, the President and former England International, to perform the official opening on 27 March 1968. At this time, Milton Keynes was just a village, but there were rumours of a new city being developed, so the Club had to think again. Jeff Butterfield became President, and held that position until he died in May 2004. The name of the Club was changed in 1974 to Milton Keynes in the light of the development of the new city, and a new ground was provided in
. Once again the Marstons brewery came up with a loan to build the current clubhouse with help from a sponsored run to Twickenham, where our lads were pictured on TV handing over the match ball for the All Blacks game in 1973.
Milton Keynes is home to many national companies such as Santander UK operations. The Home Retail Group (Argos and Homebase), Filtrona and BP Oil UK (retail) are in Central Milton Keynes; BP Retail has around 1,200 service stations, and its Wild Bean Café. Network Rail is headquartered at . Rightmove is in Winterhill, Campbell Park. Nearby, on the other side of A5, Loughton is the home of the National House Building Council (NHBC), the National Energy Foundation, and the former Atmosphere Bars and Clubs (former Chicago Rock Cafe, which went into administration in 2013) west of the A5, near Central MK; Leica Geosystems (owned by Hexagon AB, surveying equipment), on the same estate, is opposite the NHBC, and the Parcelforce HQ is nearby; to the south of Loughton is Korg UK (keyboards) and Vox (originally from Kent, makers of amplifiers), just north of the National Bowl, off Watling Street; to the west of Loughton at the Crownhill Ind Est in Shenley Church End, SMC Pneumatics have their European Technical Centre. Further north, Luminar Leisure is in Rooksley, Bradwell at the A5/A509 junction near the National Badminton Centre. To the west, the European HQ of WD-40 and Rockwell Automation UK (former Allen-Bradley) are in Kiln Farm, Bradwell Abbey; Ingram Micro UK is in Abbey Hill (Wymbush) west of the A5 (south of Kiln Farm), near Sysmex UK (healthcare electronics), ThyssenKrupp Aerospace UK, Brioche Pasquier UK, and Volkswagen Group's National Learning Centre. To the north, NEFF UK, Gaggenau UK, and BSH Home Appliances are in Wolverton and
; opposite is Mars Horsecare UK; Electrolux have their distribution centre next to the WCML and Wolverton station. To the east, near the M1 and the A422 in Great Linford, Chrysler UK (Jeep and Dodge), Scania UK (part of VW), Rohan (clothing), Makita UK (power tools), Bong Ljungdahl UK (New Guardian manila envelopes for business), and Mercedes-Benz UK (including Smart Cars) are in Tongwell; VAG UK (VW and Audi) is opposite in Blakelands on the north side of the A422 opposite Tongwell Lake. DRS mark exam papers by electronic data capture at Linford Wood, south of the A422 and Stantonbury, near Leica Microsystems; Mitsubishi Pencil Company UK (uni-ball) is off the A422 at the B4034 Redbridge Roundabout; Molins plc (packaging) is on Woodland Business Park off the B4034 near the Motor Insurers' Bureau; H. Bronnley & Co. (soap) is on the site of a factory used to build the GEC-Marconi AI.24 Foxhunter radar in the 1980s.
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