Newport Pagnell

Newport Pagnell is a town in the Borough of Milton Keynes (ceremonial Buckinghamshire), England. It is separated by the M1 motorway from Milton Keynes itself, though part of the same urban area. Newport Pagnell services on the M1 are named after the town.

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Jack Common
... Georgian house at 14 St John Street, in the centre of Newport Pagnell ... in the right setting, often in pubs (a favourite was The Bull in Newport Pagnell), where he enjoyed political arguments with self-taught thinkers like himself ... the English working class to follow Robert Tressell, spent his last years in Newport Pagnell writing film treatments at poor rates ...
Newport Pagnell - Famous Names
... Nigel Benson, the author, was born in Newport Pagnell Steve Brooker, footballer, was born in Newport Pagnell Kelly George, actor and star of BBC children's television series Grange Hill ... Bach, was born in Newport Pagnell in 1864 Letitia Dean went to Cedars School in the town James Nash, World Touring Car Championship driver, lives in Newport ...
Milton Keynes Urban Area - 2001 Urban Sub-areas
... These were Bletchley Urban District Wolverton Urban District Newport Pagnell Urban District Newport Pagnell Rural District Winslow Rural District The corresponding modern Urban Sub-areas (with ... Newport Pagnell Rural was subdivided as development proceeded Central Milton Keynes USa North Milton Keynes USa, Walnut Tree USa and Browns Wood USa The fragment of Winslow Rural in the ...
Mountnorris - People
... Sir Francis Annesley, 1st Baronet, of Newport Pagnell, a member of an influential Anglo-Irish family which descended from Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire, was a favourite of James I who granted him land ... knighted in 1616, created a Baronet, of Newport Pagnell in the County of Buckinghamshire, in the Baronetage of Ireland in 1620 and Baron Mountnorris in 1628 ...
History Of Milton Keynes - Early Modern Britain and The Industrial Revolution
... Oxford to Cambridge route came through Stony Stratford, Wolverton and Newport Pagnell ... On the east/west route, the Stony Stratford to Newport Pagnell turnpike of 1814 extended the Woodstock, Oxfordshire/Bicester/Stony Stratford turnpike of 1768 ... The route bypassed Newport Pagnell but, in 1817, an arm was dug to it from Great Linford ...