A Central England Co-operative food store in Willington has been given a colourful new feature thanks to a unique piece of artwork created by the village community. The Willington Community Painting was commissioned
Another example of work by a member of the Shepley Creative Writing Group. Vicky quoted "At the age of 61 and a dispenser at my local pharmacy, I recently joined a creative writing
The Creative Writing Group meet in the Shepley Library and the members have successfully had many articles printed. One member, Carol Warham had her first book published last year. We wanted to share
Thanks to fairandfunky for delivery another brilliant day. With over 60 Year 2 children at Birkby Infants they created sea creatures from single use plastics and shared little ways to look after the
Tom and Carol from the Yorkshire Member & Community Council were delighted to supported the Shepley Christmas Fair with Co-op tastings. Everyone was so impressed with the range of products and the quality.
With the run up to Christmas a Wellbeing Day was held in Belper to give people some advice and support so that they can enjoy their Christmas. The Membership & Community Council talked
Together with the Dodworth Co-op Store, the Yorkshire Member & Community Council again supported the Festival of Light event. Due to the cold weather we were able to go inside the Central Club
Calow Lights Up! The Membership & Community Council, together with the new Co-op store in Calow, were delighted to support the Calow Light Festival on 4th December. Support was given towards the workshops
Members of Derby Co-op Bowls Club can now take a load off their feet after a game, on furniture donated by Central England Co-op. The Society’s property team have recycled used furniture
The Northern Membership & Community Council offer members a number of classes to attend across its region. From the Painting Group and Afternoon Group in Chesterfield, the Dance group in Eastwood, Tai chi
A joint event with the WEA (Workers' Education Association) and Co-operative Wealth (investments co-op) was a great way to enable people to have a greater understanding of pensions and planning for the future.
Children at Greenwood Primary School near Kirkby in Ashfield, enjoyed a fun session learning about healthy choices. The children were able to look at packaging and identify the meaning of the traffic light