Celebration day montage of photos

A message from Steve about Saturday’s successful celebration day.

£20m poster

A message from Steve about how much we’ve raised through our Local Community Fund, the 1% members give when they buy our own-brand products and services.

Over the weekend we welcomed our latest round of local causes. This time members have until 27 October 2018 to support the cause that means the most to them in their community. Go online and choose yours.

Products featured in the press in Oct

Our own-brand products are coming out on top in many taste tests in magazines, newspapers and on TV. Here are some favourites featured in October.

Member Anastasia outside St Hilda's Community Centre

Last week we shared the first of a series of films to help and encourage members to go online and choose who they want to pledge their 1% to. Here’s the second film – Anastasia’s story.

Store manager Dave Palin outside Woodchurch Methodist Church

We’ve produced a series of short films to help and encourage members to go online and choose who they want to pledge their 1% to. We’ll be sharing them with you over the next few weeks. Store manager Dave Palin, who works in our Hoole Road store in Birkenhead, has a starring role in the first film. Here he shares his experience.

Dianne in our Kirkham store

Diane Hagen has worked for our Co-op for 35 years. Here she talks about why it’s important to keep talking to customers about the difference the 1% is making to local causes in our communities.

Illustration of a community with a Co-op shop

Being a Co-op is about our members and colleagues having a say in how we’re run. This is your opportunity to shape how we do things through our campaigning and in the community.

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.

Director of Community and Campaigning Rufus Olins

Our Director of Community and Campaigns is coming up to his first anniversary at the Co-op. He talks to Rachel Machin about how crucial the ‘four C’s’ are to our success: community, communication, co-operatives and campaigning.