Notts County Foundation Announce Delivery Partners for New Vanarama National League Season

Ahead of the 2021-22 Vanarama National League season, we are delighted to have appointed communications, social media and design partners to support our continued growth.

Award-winning creative agency The Dairy will be continue to deliver our design and creative work. Gather Social has been selected as our newly chosen social media agency to oversee content production and digital marketing. East Midlands-based consultant Tom Home has been appointed to provide strategic PR and communications support during the upcoming season.

Sam Crawford, Head of Business Development at Notts County Foundation, said: “We are really pleased to be working with individuals and businesses that are passionate about supporting us to provide the best possible support and service to the local community. Over the coming months, we will be rolling out several new programmes and projects that address the full spectrum of wellbeing and with the assistance of our delivery partners, we hope to use the power of sport to transform the lives of people in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.”

Tom Walters, Account Director at The Dairy and Trustee of Notts County Foundation, said: “We are delighted to continue working alongside Notts County Foundation to deliver impactful and creative design support. From both a personal and professional standpoint, I am incredibly passionate about championing the success of Notts County Foundation and supporting the charity’s growth over the coming season.”

Sam Evans, Managing Director of Gather Social, said: “Everyone at Gather Social is incredibly proud to have been selected as Notts County Foundation’s social media delivery partner. The tireless work and support that the charity looks to provide for those in and around Nottingham is inspiring, and we very much look forward to using our expertise to support in any way we can.”

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