Derby County Community Trust are pleased to announce a partnership with PKF Cooper Parry.

PKF Cooper Parry, who provide IT and technical support for the Derby County Community Trust, have now extended their relationship as sponsor of the core delivery coaching in an exciting link-up.img_1130

One of the largest independent firms of business advisers in the Midlands, PKF Cooper Parry has an established track record of helping local businesses and private clients.

They offer a broad spectrum of professional business services, up-to-the-minute technical expertise and personal advice to help businesses and individuals grow, protect and realise their business and personal aspirations.

As core delivery sponsor, PKF Cooper Parry will have their branding placed on the kit of the Community Trust’s workforce as they deliver sporting provision at grassroots level and in schools across Derbyshire.

The partnership will also enable the Community Trust to create wider opportunities for young people in Derbyshire utilising the brand of the Club to improve people’s lives through participation in sport.

Derby County Community Trust has the ability to engage people, raising hopes and aspirations, improving the lives of the people of Derbyshire. As a Club, the Rams are committed to ensuring that they respond to local needs whilst working strategically in line with regional and national agendas and recognise that sport can play a prominent role in addressing major issues such as rising obesity levels, community cohesion, health inequalities, un-employment and educational attainment. Through the diverse range of programmes delivered by the Derby County Community Trust, the Club aim to get people healthier and more active, raise attainment in schools, develop talent pathways and improve the local community.

Partnership work strengthens the entire scheme delivery programme and enables the Community Trust to work strategically within Derbyshire, constantly being aware of the cultural diversity that exists in the local community and remain committed to embracing it and providing equitable access.

Simon Carnall, Head of Community at the Community Trust, said:

“The success of our scheme is built on the foundations of great partnerships and being able to add PKF Cooper Parry to that list is fantastic. We look forward to seeing the positive impact from working together.”

To find out more about PKF Cooper Parry, please visit

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