What is the pollen count in Milton Keynes today?
Check the pollen count in Milton Keynes by simply entering your postcode into the tracker. Use Your Pollen Pal to find out which areas you should avoid to help keep your hay fever at bay.
Pollen forecast for Milton Keynes
Whether you’re attending a festival in Campbell Park or taking the dog on a brisk walk at Wavendon Wood Circular, Your Pollen Pal makes it easy for you to check the pollen count in Milton Keynes. This way, you’ll know to take hay fever remedies and carry a pack of
Allergy Comfort Wipes to keep your symptoms under control while out and about.
Pollen hotspots in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes has plenty of green areas, so much so that it was crowned the greenest city in Britain. With an average 15.42m² of parks per 10 people, the city has more green space per person than anywhere else in Britain!
Thanks to all this flora, Milton Keynes can be challenging for hay fever sufferers. This is especially the case between March and September, when it’s warm, humid and windy.
If you’re venturing out into Milton Keynes, it’s important that you have an idea of the pollen hotspots in the city to help curb any
hay fever symptoms that could spoil your day. Here’s a list of some areas that can have a higher pollen count in Milton Keynes:
- • Campbell Park – situated in the heart of Milton Keynes, this park links the city centre to the wider rural landscape. Here you can find art and wildflower meadows.
- • Willen Lake – Milton Keynes’ most popular park, Willen Lake attracts over 750,000 visitors per year. There’s plenty of picturesque scenery with outdoor picnics, a Splash n Play, water sports and a circular route to explore around the lakes.
- • Bletchley Park – this museum and heritage attraction was once the top-secret home of World War Two Codebreakers. It’s open everyday and is surrounded by beautiful rural grounds.
Hay fever friendly activities in Milton Keynes
Looking for things to do and areas with a low pollen count in Milton Keynes? No problem – not all places in the city will have you reaching for your
Allergy Comfort tissues.
Here are a few places you can go in Milton Keynes without having to worry as much about hay fever symptoms:
- • Xscape Milton Keynes – From golf to Cineworld, bowling, iFLY, and a ‘Snozone’, this indoor leisure and entertainment complex has it all. Take a trip here with family or friends to enjoy the fun-packed activities on offer all underneath one roof.
- • Milton Keynes Theatre – Marked as one of the region’s leading live entertainment venues, you can witness some of the best West End shows and touring productions at this theatre.
- • Stadium MK – Give yourself a real treat and watch live League One football at Stadium MK, home of the MK Dons football team.
- • centre:MK – Take a visit to this regional shopping centre and explore over 190 stores, including high street favourites like Accessorize, H&M and John Lewis. Plus, there’s plenty of cafes and restaurants on deck if you need to refuel.
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.