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By cleanslate 06 Feb, 2017
CleanSlate FC would like to invite local residents, supporters, members and anyone interested to come and attend our Club Open Evening on 17th February from 7pm at Downs Barn Pavilion. We thought that alongside the ambitious vision and plans for the club and its facility, it is crucial to maintain good communication of these plans to the local community. We feel that the backbone of having a full flourishing community sports facility, is to have residents well informed and prepared. We would be looking to break the evening down into 4 key parts:

  1. Who we are - Club values, history, identity
  2. What we plan to do - PItches & playing fields
  3. What we plan to do - MUGA proposal
  4. Questions and Answers - great opportunity for local residents to have their say.
We are a club that is really keen on building a positive reputation and influence within Downs Barn and MK football. In order to achieve this it is necessary to open all ideas and major proposals to local scrutiny & suggestion just so everyone can have their say and provide their input. We would love to look back in years time and know that the facility's improvements and development was the product of community collaboration and support. 

We have actively leafleted every house in downs barn with invitations to the open evening and look forward to a good turnout to hear what we have to say. If you are a local resident or interested member then please feel free to attend the open evening and hopefully give your support to the club's proposed ideas and improvements. If you are unable to attend then feel free to email joel.kennard@cleanslatefc.co.uk and have any questions answered and dealt with. 
By cleanslate 03 Jan, 2017
CleanSlate FC 1st Team started the new year after 5 weeks with no football against Mursley United. Initially downs Barn Pavilion was the venue but after failing a pitch inspection, Mursley's ground was available and ready to host some football. The first 45 minutes showed us what 5 weeks and plenty of turkey does to a footballer as the team struggled to get going and allowed lethargic mistakes to lead to 2 rebounds being tucked away. However with 3 clear cut chances that should have been buried and a straight penalty given as a free kick, the Slate still had chances to take the lead. 

The 2nd half started with Joel Kennard taken off injured at HT and Oliver Baucutt being sent off in the 47th minute for a baffling hand ball claim from a cross. Another centre back Mark Wightman had to go off injured and was replaced by Jamie Gibson. That made it all 3 defenders off of the pitch. After Mursley tucked away their early penalty 10 man CleanSlate still battled on finally waking up after 5 weeks off. Nathan Amaning given his first start at 17 scored to make it 3-1. The game battled on but a 10 man tired CleanSlate suffered for giving away a first half 2-0 lead.  I think the players will be expected to sweat out that Christmas gravy and mulled wine at training Tuesday Night as they have to prepare for their match on Saturday away to MK Gallactico. 
By cleanslate 15 Dec, 2016
Feedmk's 2016 Christmas Meal is taking place on Saturday 17th December. Come and join us for a FREE four course meal, live music, a craft activity for the kids and even a visit from Father Christmas! We have a choice of five sittings available accross the day at 12:00, 1:15, 2:30, 3:45, 5:00.  There is also free transport for those needing it from Bletchley Bus Station and the Black horse statue in the CMK. Call NOW to book your place on 01908 617492 or download a booking form www.feedmk.co.uk  


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We are a semi-professional Christian football club established in 2010 and based in Milton Keynes. 

We are faith based, not faith biased and you are not required to believe a particular faith. We welcome all to join regardless of faith.

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