Amy, the robot who has become a Milton Keynes sensation for waitressing at MK Central Library’s Robot Café this year, has officially launched a passport initiative to get people visiting the city’s libraries and cultural venues this April!
Through Pedalling Culture, the Arts Council England funded initiative created to encourage people to explore the city sustainably whether on foot, bike or electric car, while visiting cultural venues, the Cultural Passport is a simple campaign that anyone can participate in. Plus – there is a host of prizes to be won including £100 intu voucher!
Simply pick up a Cultural Passport at any of the participating 17 Milton Keynes venues – from MK Museum and The Stables, to The City Discovery Centre and Westbury Arts Centre and the newly opened MK Gallery. Answer a question on the back of the passport relating to the venue, and post it into the post box to receive a badge.
Free to enter*, the Cultural Passport is available from 1st April to the 30th April, and is the perfect excuse to get out and explore everything the city has to offer, with many venues putting on exciting events and activities throughout the Easter Holiday.
For full details on the Cultural Passport, including a list of participating venues, visit www.pedallingculture.com