In the Community

Chevin Homes are pleased to be involved with and support local community groups across Derbyshire.

Since 2018 Chevin Homes have been in partnership with Derbyshire County Cricket Club to support junior cricket in the county from Under-11s to Under-17s, as well as Derbyshire Cricket Foundations Women’s Softball Festivals

James Cokayne, Director of Chevin Homes, said: “Chevin Homes are delighted to support Junior Cricket in Derbyshire through sponsorship of Derbyshire County Cricket Club’s Player Pathway along with the Summer Softball Festivals.”

Jimmy Drew, Commercial Manager at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, said: “We’re delighted with Chevin Homes’ association with the club and we hope its support of junior cricket will help develop young cricketers who may go on to play for the county at some stage in the future.”

Working with local schools and groups, Chevin Homes involves communities in their developments.

By running completions with local schools to name roads and recreation spaces we aim to engage communities in the development process by allowing them to leave their mark on the local area for years to come.

Lisa Osborne, Sales Manager at Chevin Homes said “We really enjoy working with local schools to let children help name the roads and also play areas in our developments as they will be the ones to enjoy it and it gives our developments a truly local feel”

Chevin Homes also support clubs and events close to our developments including sponsorship of Matlock Town Football Club, Allestree and Duffield Cricket Clubs and the Marchington Village Festival.

Chevin Homes supports local community projects & individuals across Derbyshire including a donation towards ambitious plans to create a modern venue and community hub at Hurst Farm in Matlock.

Dan Stack, Director of Chevin Homes said: “Being involved in various commercial and residential projects in the Matlock area, we are delighted to be able to help the Hurst Farm Social Club group with funding to refurbish their facilities and continue to be a key part of the community for many years to come.”