MK Community Foundation

2016 –  Thank you again, MK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION.  Awarded £3198.00. We have now purchased PORTABLE FLOODLIGHTS ready for the new season.  The CCA and it Youth Football Club are moving forward working for our youth and a better community.

2015-16 – MK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION awarded  a grant  of £2120.00 to enable our Youth Coaching Programme. 25 April 2015 saw the start of this programme to motivate our young people to do something meaningful and enjoyable with their time.  70 young people were registered from within the first month. From the training sessions we were able to  set up our local Team CONNIBURROW UNITED (THE HARES), 4 teams which we entered in the Milton Keynes & District Development League, U7, U9, U10 and U11.  We salute MK Community Foundation for their help and support, we could not have done it without them. Coaching continued two afternoons per week  as Conniburrow United play league matches on Saturday mornings.

2010-2014  MK Community Foundation have been instrumental with grant funding toward the community activities for Conniburrow Community Association.   Our Football Boot Camp in May 2014 being very successful and would not have been possible without their provision of funding. Our summer trips and activities are also funded partly by MK Community Foundation.

Sport England 
The CCA have been awarded a grant from Sport England towards the Conniburrow Pavilion Project. MK Council have been instrumental and supportive in this endeavour.

Section 106 Agreement & Baseball
“A Section 106 Agreement of the Town & Country Planning Act was signed between the Borough of Milton Keynes and the Commission for New Towns, trading as English Partnerships on 1st Sept 2004.

When Gyosei School was demolished to make way for the ExtraCare Village, a legally binding agreement was made to compensate the community. MKC applied for the monies to be allocated to the baseball pitch at Knowlhill with combined rugby pitch at Emerson Valley. The sum included a community facilities contribution of £320,000 to pay for a baseball pitch at Knowlhill. Strong objections were made regarding the arrangements, GLPC assisted the CCA in obtaining the transfer of funds to Conniburrow.

I would like you to note that: “Milton Keynes Council are the custodians of the funds and are accountable to English Partnerships for its spend and will oversee the design, specification, and implementation of the contract and construction of softball/baseball”.