Why Milton Keynes?

28/Apr/2016
Ellie Parker

Milton Keynes often gets a bad rap with its dizzying roundabouts and herds of concrete cows splitting opinion amongst its visitors – but, for a training provider like us, Milton Keynes has so much more to offer. 

At the National Energy Centre in Knowlhill, we know that location is everything. We pride ourselves on providing high quality courses, but their popularity depends on a number of factors – distance from the train station, ease of access to our premises and, of course, our learners’ past experiences of Milton Keynes. 

So, you might be asking, why Milton Keynes?


Did you know?
Milton Keynes is just a 35 minute commute from london on the train, so if you are London-based, getting to our premises is a breeze. Simply hop on a train, hop off and it's a 5 minute taxi journey to our offices (or an easy 20 minute walk if you are so inclined!).  

Did you know? 
Milton Keynes is a hub for big cities like Birmingham and Manchester and, with its great transport links and close proximity to the M1, it's really easy to find us (provided you can navigate our roundabouts!).

 

Did you know?
Our training centre is within easy walking distance of a Premier Inn, or if you want to feel the full atmosphere of Milton Keynes, the 'city centre' is a stone's throw away and includes The Hub, a restaurant district - perfect if you're planning an overnight stay.

 


Did you know? 
The National Energy Centre is situated just behind the Teardrop Lakes, so if you arrive early for a course or meeting, or if you just fancy a walk at lunch, you have the perfect, pictureque setting - and if you look carefully you might just spot a heron or two! 

 

And, of course, these are only the benefits for our learners. What is it about Milton Keynes that you love?

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This blog post was written to celebrate #LoveMK Day, a promotional day organised by Destination Milton Keynes. 

Blog Author: Ellie Parker, Marketing Executive and Self-Proclaimed Defender of Milton Keynes. 

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