Milton Keynes has changed a lot as a community since 2001. There's been a 100% growth in the Indian origin population - 3% of residents over all. In fact 12% of total population growth in Milton Keynes belong to the Hindu community. It's clear that Indians and Hindu community play a key role in the economic, social, and cultural vibrancy of this great town. It is a long held-aspiration of this community to have a Temple & community centre which can be a focal point to cultural , traditional , religious and spiritual events. That's why the DREAMSAI team initiated the project in April 2015.
With Saibaba blessings, DREAMSAI received full planning permission for Shri Shirdi Saibaba Temple & Community Centre in Milton Keynes.The 7500 sq.ft premises near Kingston District Centre will soon open seven days a week and will centralise all the temple & charity activities including Food for Sai, Food Outreach, Schools Breakfast, Blood Donations & Youth Activities under one roof.
It’s a fantastic news for the local Indian community that their much-awaited dream of a Temple in MK that opens everyday will now be a reality. The vulnerable communities receiving food parcels/cooked meal will also be pleased to know that support will be available for them every day.