Central England Co-op has handed out £18,000 to 15 charities and good causes as part of its revamped Community Dividend Fund aimed at providing quick funding boosts to help those impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak.
Central England Co-op shoppers can now get their shopping delivered to their door in less than an hour thanks to a new eco-friendly service.
Central England Co-op is trialling the use of colleague body cameras as part of its ongoing effort to keep staff safe and help drive down crime in stores.
The chief executive of Central England Co-op has co-signed a letter with fellow retail bosses asking Prime Minister Boris Johnson to afford greater protection to shop workers who face violence and aggression from customers.
The manager of a Co-op food store in Yorkshire which was struck by ATM thieves on its first day of trading has thanked the local community for their support after receiving a warm welcome to the village in his first
Central England Co-op is helping people who like to get creative and reduce their impact on the environment with the launch of a new range of stationery.
Central England Co-op has teamed up with Reach and InYourArea.co.uk to back its Don’t Trash our Future campaign and encourage its members and customers to help keep the local community clean and tidy.
A community food store in Stretton where colleagues have been going above and beyond to support locals during these uncertain times has been given a fresh new look following an investment of £95,000.
Central England Co-op has announced it is backing Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford’s Child Food Poverty Task Force.
The Central England Co-op in Coppice Road, Arnold has received a raft of updates to give it a fresher, lighter feel and to include a number of new ranges and features to boost its offering to the local community.
Over 175 MPs from across the country have teamed up with Central England Co-op to back a campaign calling for people to donate food and other items to keep children fed, educated and entertained this summer.
A community food store in Norfolk where colleagues have been going above and beyond to support locals during these uncertain times has been given a fresh new look following an investment of £147,000.
Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has backed Central England Co-op’s campaign to try and ensure that children do not go hungry this summer.
Central England Co-op has reiterated its call that the Government ‘urgently needs to do more’ to protect its shop staff following three shocking and brutal incidents.
Central England Co-op has outlined its plans for in-store face coverings in its food and funeral businesses, as the retailer continues to lead the way on safety measures during these uncertain times.
Retail heroes worked around the clock to ensure a brand new Central England Co-op store in Doncaster was reopened for the local community after being targeted by criminals just hours after opening its doors the first time.
Central England Co-op has officially opened its new store in Doncaster creating 14 new jobs and investing over £1.2 million in the local community.
Central England Co-op has shared out £31,000 between 22 good causes to ensure they can continue their vital community work during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Central England Co-op can today reveal the launch date of its brand new community store in Doncaster.
Central England Co-op has been named number five in a list of the Top 100 co-operatives in the UK.
Cooking from scratch, gardening and keeping in touch virtually with friends and family are among the ways people have been keeping motivated during lockdown, a new survey carried out by a national retailer has revealed.
Food banks currently being supported by donations from kind-hearted Central England Co-op Members and customers have revealed the shocking impact the Coronavirus has been having on them and the people they support.
A new survey carried out by a national retailer has revealed changes in shopping habits and behaviours during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
Central England Co-op is opening its stores up to workers who will be looking to walk or cycle to work as the Coronavirus lockdown starts to ease.
Central England Co-op chief executive Debbie Robinson has given an in-depth interview about the future of the high street as part of a new podcast series.