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Get active and explore Milton Keynes with our Cultural RoutesRoute Description: Whether you walk, cycle or run, this route has something for everyone, showcasing the very best of Milton Keynes’ arts and heritage to be discovered in the north-eastern and Newport Pagnell area of the city.We suggest starting in Newport Pagnell, a town first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and the home of Aston Martin, which has numerous places to eat and lots to explore, but you are free to join the route at any point. Leaving the town you will cross Tickford Bridge – the oldest iron bridge still in use in the world – and join Tongwell Lane which existed long before the new town of Milton Keynes was built. If you are completing the shorter 5 mile route, you will leave the main route just pass Tongwell Lake, re-joining it at the Grand Union Canal by Brick Kilns in Great Linford.If you are completing the full 10 mile route, you arrive at Willen Lake, skirting the lake to see the Labyrinth and Peace P...