The Mead Centre Podcast is a story of a community building that is the hub of Newport Pagnell Milton Keynes. The Mead Centre will be a place of welcome, inclusivity and opportunity.
This podcast is the musings as well as the high and lows of the project. You will get to hear the Vision Team & Guests as they get to the point where the Community Building is finished and all the hard work & community spirit it took to complete.
Jenny Mills, minister of Newport Pagnell United Reformed Church, talks about what she believes the words 'inclusivity' and 'accessibility' mean, both in context of the Mead Centre, and in her faith.
This is a great listen if you want to know more about the vision behind the Mead Centre and why it is not just a community centre or if you want to know more about what Newport Pagnell URC believe and why they embarked on the Mead Centre project.
John Reardon (resident of Newport Pagnell, member of Newport Pagnell United Reformed Church, retired URC minister and former deputy general secretary of the URC) talks about his 88 mile walk and why he believes in the Mead Centre.
Emma Phelan, manager of the Co-op on Newport Pagnell High Street, talks enthusiastically about why the Co-op are working in partnership with the Mead Centre and how she believes the Mead Centre will make a difference to the lives of those who live in Newport Pagnell. #KeepCooperating #supportthemeadcentre #community