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Welcome to the website of RamsTrust, the Derby County Supporters Trust. Our goal is to widen and deepen supporter ownership, representation and influence at Derby County. The Trust works with its members, Derby County executives and Board and other Derby County supporter groups to help strengthen the club's ties with the community and build the club into a world class sporting institution. Please join us and support our work.
Fans Gather for Supporters Summit
Thursday, July 30 2015

Article by Rebecca Harvey in Co-operative News, 29 July 2015

Football supporters from across the UK met in Manchester in July to discuss the challenges and developments affecting fans of the game. The Supporters Summit 2015, hosted jointly by the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) and Supporters Direct (SD), aimed to bring together a collection of fans who were “interested in shaping the game for the future”, said SD’s director of development, Hilary Clifford.

The day before the main summit, SD hosted a variety of workshops and discussions during a Members’ Day, covering community-owned clubs, issues affecting Premier League and Championship clubs, SD’s rugby league network and youth involvement.

The Members’ Day also incorporated the SD annual general meeting, which featured its work across Europe, a proposed review of the organisation’s governance structure, and the presentation of the Richard Lillicrap award. This award is presented each year to someone who provides outstanding support and advice to others in the supporters’ trust movement.

More:

http://www.thenews.coop/96758/news/co-operatives/fans-gather-supporters-summit/

 
RamsTrust AGM and Board Election 2015
Tuesday, July 21 2015

For RamsTrust members.

The RamsTrust Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place at 8.00 pm on Thursday 10th September 2015 at the Derby Co-op Bowls & Social Club,  50 Taverners Crescent, Littleover, Derby. DE23 6XL. Your support is important so please make a diary date for this important event.

This year we have three vacancies on the RamsTrust Board for a term of 3 years. We are now inviting nominations to all full members wishing to stand for election.

Please give this opportunity some consideration, as this is your chance to play a leading role in the trust.

RamsTrust is committed to furthering the interests of Derby County fans and the general community of football supporters, so please come forward to formally volunteer some spare time and energy in active participation. RamsTrust is an independent, open and democratic supporters group that endeavours to make a positive contribution to the future of Derby County Football Club.

The AGM also gives the opportunity for all members to submit any items or resolutions for inclusion in the AGM’s agenda.  Please note that another member must second any such proposals.

If you would like to discuss the role as a Board member, require advice on the completion of a nomination form or any aspect of the election process, please contact the Chair of the Election Management Group at the “RamsTrust EMG Chair” address given on the form below or, for more rapid response, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

If you are a member and wish to stand, please send for a nomination form to the address above or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and then forward to the address given on the form. All nominations will be verified on receipt. In the event of any dispute over the validity of the form, the candidate will be contacted.

An election will be held unless there are three or fewer nominations for the three available positions and all candidates are willing to accept terms of office. The election results will be given at the AGM.

In case of any complaints regarding the election procedure, we have adopted Supporters’ Direct best practice guideline and have formed an Election Management Group, chaired by John Boyle of the Stafford Trust, STRIPES.

Please note that there will be no further notification of the AGM by post.  The Agenda for the meeting will be placed on the website at least 7 days before the meeting.

Thank you again for your continued support and we hope to see you at the 2015 AGM.

Tanya Noon
Society Secretary

 
Supporters Direct Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
Latest
Saturday, March 28 2015

Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team. We are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, the role involves:

Create new Supporters Trusts
Member development and ongoing support
Enabling trust engagement with their Club
Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub at Supporters Direct.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 13th April  2015.

- See more here.


Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
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Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team, we are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own   workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, you will:

  • Create new Supporters Trusts
  • Member development and ongoing support
  • Enabling trust engagement with their Club
  • Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 30th March  2015.

- See more at: http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/job-vacancy-junior-casework-officer#sthash.8l3NWOEv.dpuf
Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
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Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team, we are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own   workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, you will:

  • Create new Supporters Trusts
  • Member development and ongoing support
  • Enabling trust engagement with their Club
  • Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 30th March  2015.

- See more at: http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/job-vacancy-junior-casework-officer#sthash.8l3NWOEv.dpuf
Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
SD_logo_red032M_CMYK

Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team, we are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own   workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, you will:

  • Create new Supporters Trusts
  • Member development and ongoing support
  • Enabling trust engagement with their Club
  • Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 30th March  2015.

- See more at: http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/job-vacancy-junior-casework-officer#sthash.8l3NWOEv.dpuf
Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
SD_logo_red032M_CMYK

Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team, we are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own   workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, you will:

  • Create new Supporters Trusts
  • Member development and ongoing support
  • Enabling trust engagement with their Club
  • Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 30th March  2015.

- See more at: http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/job-vacancy-junior-casework-officer#sthash.8l3NWOEv.dpuf
Job Vacancy: Junior Casework Officer
SD_logo_red032M_CMYK

Salary £20K – based North West England.

This opportunity has arisen to join our team, we are looking for a Junior Casework Officer with a keen interest in football and Rugby to provide vital casework support to the Head of Casework and Constitutional Affairs, helping us strengthen and build our network/membership throughout a range of member organisations and sports.

The successful candidate will have excellent people skills and be comfortable managing their own   workload.  A commitment to the supporters’ trust movement and an understanding of ownership models and knowledge of Co-operative values and principles would also be a benefit.

In summary, you will:

  • Create new Supporters Trusts
  • Member development and ongoing support
  • Enabling trust engagement with their Club
  • Assisting line manager with regional networks and events

For more information contact Laura Knewstub.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter and send to Laura Knewstub, 020 7250 8138. Apply by 5.00pm on 30th March  2015.

- See more at: http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/job-vacancy-junior-casework-officer#sthash.8l3NWOEv.dpuf
 
Overreaction
Latest
Monday, January 19 2015

After the disappointing and unexpected defeat by our local rivals from down the A52 Brian Clough Way on Saturday, a 'supporter' ran on the pitch and appeared to attack a Forest player. There was also video footage of so-called Derby fans damaging the car belonging to Forest's Chairman.

RamsTrust was asked to comment on this behaviour by the Derby Telegraph. Chair Jim Wheeler said there was “no excuse” for a fan to invade the pitch after Derby's defeat.

Jim also said that he hopes the incident will be “the last we see of this type of behaviour” and he joined other Rams fans in condemning the behaviour of the pitch invader.

He said: “The football violence of the past has largely, and thankfully, gone from the game and what the pitch invader did is completely indefensible.

“While I think we all appreciated that it was a local derby against Forest with emotions running high – especially with them winning the game in injury time – there is still absolutely no excuse for this type of behaviour.

“What I thought was interesting was how so many Derby fans were sharing the man’s picture on social media in a bid to help the police.

“Hopefully, Saturday will be the last we see of this type of behaviour at all and I would assume if he is charged and prosecuted he will be banned from attending matches for a very long time.”

RamsTrust also condemns attacks on cars and any sort of disorder which brings shame on our great club.

Jim Wheeler, RamsTrust chair

Jim Wheeler, RamsTrust Chair

 
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