Contact us
email: or call us on: 01296 383154
For Training Enquiries
For Bespoke Full Council Training
Please email
Previous slide
Next slide


Welcome to the Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes ALC Website

Welcome to the Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Association of Local Councils – your membership organisation serving Town, Parish and Community Councils throughout the geographic county of Buckinghamshire.

A County stretching some 50 miles in length, from Milton Keynes in the North to Fulmer in the South, our members represent communities ranging from just one hundred to over forty thousand – all with different needs containing a diverse mix of both rural and urban areas. With 215 members, our Parish Meetings receive complementary membership, our aim is simple – to represent and deliver the needs of our members.

A view from our window

To obtain the latest up to date legal information and updates for first tier councils, as well as policies and parliamentary news and briefings you can, as a BMKALC Member access the National Association of Local Councils’ members site.

Access to this site is via a username and password. If you cannot find these details or have any issues accessing the site please let us know.

Working alongside

On the 1st of November 1947, Town and Parish Councils from the County of Buckinghamshire came together for the Inaugural Meeting of Buckinghamshire Association of Local Councils. This remarkable collaborative which has sustained both its members and our local government sector, will celebrate its 75th birthday in 2023.

Town and Parish Councils are perhaps the final bastion of a full democracy. We are the closest point to those we claim to represent and equally, the closest point to be judged by that same audience. Recognising the power of working together to educate, lobby and improve our communities, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Association of Local Councils, as it is now known, and it’s members have faced challenge and judgement, earned respect and compliments, on the real work they do in their communities.

So for our 75th birthday together, we will be celebrating our Communities, looking at practical ways to support and further enrich the wide diversity that we represent, pooling our knowledge and resources and looking further afield for ideas and inspiration. We very much look forward to your participation in special events this year recognising this incredible milestone.

Happy 75th Birthday BMKALC!

Mel Woof
Chief Executive