The event took place at Central England Co-op's Littleover store.
The event at Chesterfield Football Club was organised jointly by Central England Co-op’s Northern Membership and Community Council (MCC) and the Derbyshire Carers’ Association (DCA)
It was unveiled by Central England Co-op Vice-President Elaine Dean and Mayor of Ripley Councillor Roland Emmas-Williams.
Central England Co-op store manager and community champion Tom Robson up for Retail Week Award.
It is hoped a commemorative clock honouring Robert Owen will be installed at the Belper Central England Co-op
Our Co-op Keep Fit Group in Derby and Tai Chi in Ilkeston have continued to get together and keep fit. Margaret the Keep fit tutor has been keeping our members engaged in activity
Celebrating Pride in Chesterfield with colleagues and MCC members. What a fantastic time we all had at this wonderful event. From chatting to people to listening to the brilliant music and enjoying the
Working with Inclusive Pedals, the Northern Membership & Community Council provided free bike maintenance for the local residents in Grangewood, Chesterfield. Bikes donated went to Monkey Park for upcycling and redistributed. This enables
The Membership & Community Council, Yorkshire Cluster Group, worked in partnership with a number of local partners to make the Outdoor Learning event free to children and parents in the New Mill area.
Earlier this year a member of our Northern Membership & Community Council spotted a call for help to make birthdays better for disadvantaged children. Joanna West saw a request online from Claire Twells
Working with Spiral Arts and the YMCA in Derby to promote health and wellbeing through art. As part of a wider project with the Will Garvey Trust Foundation, a suicide prevention charity, the
Working with a Suicide Prevention Charity, Will Garvey Trust Foundation, Spiral Arts and the YMCA to offer a Creative Arts Project across Derbyshire to promote positive actions or feelings during the Coronavirus Lockdown.