Central England Co-op today begins trialing a brand new service in one of its West Midlands stores that will allow customers to scan and go – all by using a specially created smartphone app.
A community food store in Leicestershire has been given a fresh new look following an investment of £110,000, including a special new feature designed by local schoolchildren.
Central England Co-op is urging customers and members to donate festive treats and everyday items as part of its 2020 Christmas Food Bank Appeal to help people in need.
One of the country’s leading DJs who has been riding high in the charts in 2020 has urged shoppers to help give children a gift to open this festive season by backing a retailer’s special Christmas toy appeal.
Central England Co-op has once again teamed up with a popular independent cake producer to support a vital good cause by stocking packs of special fundraising cupcakes in its stores.
Central England Co-op can today announce that its chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO) are set to take their retirement in September 2021.
Central England Co-op debuts first-ever Christmas adverts to promote ‘Goodwill to All’ this festive season
Central England Co-op has created its first-ever Christmas adverts all based around putting community at the heart of this festive season.
Central England Co-op continues to lead the way for those in need across its communities by announcing that it will give all those who use Healthy Start vouchers an extra £1 to spend on vital food and essentials.
Customers and members visiting Central England Co-op stores in these uncertain times will be able to pick up a wide selection of food staples and essentials at a lower cost following the launch of a brand new own-brand range.
Co-op links up with unique app to allow shoppers to get food and essentials delivered to their doors
Central England Co-op has linked up with Appy Shop to provide customers with the chance to have their food and essentials delivered right to their door whenever they want.
A charity which supports families experiencing poverty has taken delivery of hundreds of brand-new toys and games which will be distributed to children in need this Christmas thanks to a special donation by retailer Central England Co-op.
Central England Co-op shoppers can show ‘goodwill to all’ this Christmas by enjoying the retailer’s Irresistible product range and raising money to help tackle food poverty.
Central England Co-op has moved to reassure its customers, members and communities that it is taking significant steps to help minimise the impact of the upcoming national lockdown.
Shoppers at Central England Co-op’s stores can choose to reduce their impact on the environment this Christmas when they buy from a new range of Christmas toys and gift wrapping.
A community food store in Lichfield 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 £122,000.
Fifteen good causes share £18,000 funding boost to tackle COVID-19 related problems thanks to Co-op community fund
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.