Scott Bennett will admit there’s a real possibility he might be sharing his 50-year Co-op anniversary story with us in 2048. Since the age of 13 he’s been working for us. Here he shares his career journey and some of his top tips on how to ‘get on’ in our Co-op.

Malik Ullah is a Store Manager in Ashton-on-Mersey. For the last six months his team have been trialling new systems, processes and technologies as part of the Leading the Way programme – which is looking at ways to make life easier for our colleagues in stores. Here he talks about his experience

Martin Rogers talking in One Angel Square

Our Head of New Channels in Food is a self-confessed “Co-op geek” – his obsession with balancing commerciality with ethics has driven him through his 12-year career at the Co-op since he started on the graduate scheme in 2005. Rachel Machin finds that he’s now leading a team looking at new ways our Food business (and our brand) can reach more people

A local resident cutting the ribbon at a celebration of the new door (Bridgend Community Centre)

You might think a new door couldn’t change lives but it has for the people of Bollington and the Bridgend Community Centre they attend

Two charities take young and old to the seaside thanks to money from our members.

Our own-brand products are winning lots of industry awards, but did you know they’re also topping taste tests in many magazines and newspapers?

Bridgette Perks holding the Pet Cards she helped create

Find out how Bridgette’s idea became a reality.

Olympic medallist Dan Purvis who trains at Southport Gymnastics Club

Local cause Southport Gymnastics Club is benefiting from our Local Community Fund.

Performers on the stage at Cupar Musical Society

I’m Raymond Young, Vice President of CAMS. In April we were absolutely over the moon to receive £1,860 from the Co-op’s Local Community Fund.

Our Chief Executive Steve Murrells shares his thoughts on his time visiting stores in Aberdeen and Glasgow.