is a district of northwest Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, England. The district was named after the Two Mile Ash toll gate on Watling Street. It is one of the larger districts in Milton Keynes. A large portion of the district is occupied by a golf course and because of this, many of its streets have been named following the golf theme. Two Mile Ash was one of the first to be built in the private housing period of the development of Milton Keynes. The district belongs in Abbey Hill civil parish.
The earliest record of Two Mile Ash has been found on a map dated all the way back to 1559. In the map, the district was named “Mile Ash”, as a tree on a mound with Watling Street passing either side. A section of Watling Street between Hockliffe and Dunchurch became a turnpike in the early 17th century. The Twomile Ash Toll Gate was located at the turnpike. Milton Keynes Development Cooperation based the district’s name from this.
Today you can find three Ash trees immediately behind the two mile post. These trees were planted by Milton Keynes Parks Trust on Watling Street, which is now called the V4.
offers a high quality golf facility that is ideally close to for Bletchley, Buckingham, and Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. It boasts an 18-hole golf course, a driving range, and is a perfect venue for weddings, parties, and other social events. You may call 01908 562566 to arrange a booking or visit https://abbeyhillgc.co.uk/ for more information.
is the main spine of the area lined with facilities including Ashbrook School, a dental office, hair dressers, convenience stores, and even a community garden. The other main roads located at Two Mile Ash include Church Hill, Clay Hill, and Corn Hill.
is an ecumenical church that forms part of the Watling Valley Ecumenical Partnership which includes a diverse family of Christians. The church involves the Baptist Union, Church of England, Methodist Church, and the United Reformed Church. There are five different church buildings and a church school that ranges from the 12th century to modern day. Some of its buildings are also serve as community centres during the week. The Church of the Holy Cross is located at 2 Church Hill. For inquiries, call 01908 504452.
is an unusually skate park that consists of a pyramid style hipped bank with a concrete flow either side configured as super mellow ‘halfpipes’ which lead into tarmac at each end. There is also a ledge on top of one side of each of the ‘halfpipes’. The Two Mile Ash Skate Park can be found at Clay Hill and can be reached by getting on a bus or taxi from Milton Keynes Central train station or by exiting to the Clay Hill bus stop from the Shoreham Rise bus stop.