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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.
Derby 'Til I Die Book Now On Special Offer
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Tuesday, September 27 2011

Now on special offer at £5.00 - 50% off cover price!

Derby 'Til I Die BookDerby ‘Til I Die”, is chock-full of great Derby County moments, as told personally by Rams supporters. Dozens of fans, living in Derby or elsewhere in the world, aged from age 9 to 90 years, tell their favourite memories of being a Rams fan, with their recollections looking back to the 1920s and right up to the present day.

Derby ‘Til I Die’ is a really colourful read, packed with great stories and illustrated with photos that are all drawn from Derby’s fantastic football folklore. The book was entirely written BY Rams fans (and some much-revered club servants) FOR Rams fans.

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Rams new “Miscellany” book debuts at Trust’s AGM event!
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Saturday, September 24 2011

RamsTrust members attending last week’s AGM & Football Forum event at Pride Park Stadium had first chance to see and buy a fascinating new book, full of Rams trivia, history, facts and stats.

Respected Rams journalists and writers Phil Matthews and Gareth Davis compiled the highly entertaining “Derby County Miscellany” book, which even the authors hadn’t seen until they arrived at our event

Steve Nicholson, chief football correspondent of the Derby Telegraph, joined Phil and Gareth at RamsTrust’s Q&A event, with much discussion focussing on prospects for the new-look Rams’ team as well as the story behind the Miscellany book.

It gives a real flavour of Derby County’s strange and wonderful history. You’ll have to buy it – at our special price of £8.99 – to check which Rams player hit four goals past Leeds twice in successive seasons, or which club has a statue of a former Rams player. It’s not Steve Bloomer, by the way.

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Derbyshire Day - Summer’s Final Fling!
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Friday, September 23 2011

Sudbury HallSay goodbye to summer in style this weekend at BBC Radio Derby’s great annual community event! Derbyshire Day takes place at Sudbury Hall on Sunday 25th September (11.00 am - 4.00 pm); admission is free and a splendid family day out is promised. The weather forecast is promising - so make the most of your weekend!

This year’s event celebrates the 40th anniversary of Radio Derby and it’s also 40 years since the historic 17th century Sudbury Hall was opened to the public as a National Trust attraction.

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Notice of Adjourned Meeting
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Friday, September 16 2011

You may recall recently receiving information concerning the Society’s Annual General Meeting. Members attended the scheduled AGM on Tuesday September 13th, 2011, but unfortunately this meeting was inquorate. Therefore, under the rules and constitution of the Society, the adjourned meeting will now be held at 19:30pm on Tuesday, September 20th 2011, at the DW Soccerdome Meeting Room, Pride Park, DE24 8XL. In accordance with the Society rules, the agenda for this meeting will remain unchanged from that of scheduled AGM. All members are invited to attend.

Yours faithfully,

David Mortimer

Secretary

 
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