Richard Bickle from the Birmingham Co-op History Group hosted an online discussion with Co-op History fanatic Chris Shelley and representative of the Black Country Living Museum Clare Weston in a discussion about Black
Recently Co-ops across Birmingham came together to celebrate Co-operation with Co-op BrumFest. Shaz Rahman member of the Western MCC and many Co-ops in the area tells his story of the event below. Over
Recently the Co-op Gardening Club visited a local community garden. Club Member and Western MCC member Cath Palgrave shares the clubs visit. One of the biggest successes of Central England Co-op members groups
This last weekend saw Pride celebrations return to the streets of Birmingham. The event attended by colleagues and members of Central England Co-op to support the diversity and inclusion of our Society. The
Shaz Rahman, Member and Community Council member for Central England Co-op has written a blog about our involvement with local Co-op Cafe Artefact. Artefact is a collective of artists and creative people who
Central England Co-op has a rich heritage reaching back into dozens communities across the country where people came together to supply themselves with honest goods at fair prices by forming their own local
During the first four weeks of the summer holidays the Western Membership and Community Council (MCC) teamed up with Progressive Sports and FareShare Midlands to help support younger people in the area. Progressive
on Thursday 26 August Central England Co-op have teamed up with a local worker coop the Bike Foundry to put on FREE bike maintenance sessions at our store in Cotteridge. The event will
On Saturday the 14th of August. I supported members of the Geocaching Association of Great Britain (GAGB), with an event Cotteridge Park. Geocaching is an activity where people find pre-set GPS co-ordinates in
The deadline is approaching for two roles at Central England Co-op supporting the membership and community team in the Eastern region. The Society is on the lookout for two people passionate about their
Six schools in Staffordshire took part in healthy activity events in the final term of the school year. The initiative came about through our ongoing relationship with James Austin, Lichfield School Sports coordinator.
You can see our tortoise outside our Eye store in Suffolk until September.