Our AGM is a key part of what makes our Co-op different and it is one of the ways in which our Members can have their say.

Jean, the store manager from our Whalley Range store, tells us how she’s working with her local communities to better understand what drives people to crime and how she can make a difference in her area.

Alison Scowen, Senior Public Affairs Manager, updates us on the latest action being taken to protect victims of modern slavery in the UK.

Jo Whitfield, CEO Co-op Retail, shares with us a letter she’s sent to the Home Secretary about violent crime.

Bright Future celebrates two years of collaborating with 44 non-government organisations and businesses to transform the lives of survivors. Paul Gerrard, Co-op’s Campaigns and Public Affairs Director tells us more.

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Russell Gill, Head of Co-operative and Local Engagement, tells us about a new role in our communities.

Adie Flude tells us about how two stores worked together to support a local family.