This free course was written by John Maiden, Maria Nita and David Robertson, with contributions from Suzanne Newcombe and Sas Amoah.
The Open University and Census stories: Bringing statistics to life in Milton Keynes course team would like to thank the following organisations for their support in developing the course:
Living Archive Milton Keynes
Living Archive’s creative community projects record, archive and celebrate the unique history and heritage of Milton Keynes. Their work collects, preserves and shares the stories of residents’ lives, building a sense of place and using old memories to create new ones and bring communities together.
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Milton Keynes Community Foundation
Milton Keynes Community Foundation is an independent charity working for and at the heart of Milton Keynes. The charity connects people and resources to projects and ideas to create a positive impact and enduring solutions for our communities within Milton Keynes.
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Figure 8: Google; Google search showing local religious buildings
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