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An award-winning charity which helps people suffering acute mental distress is one of three Tamworth organisations receiving a much-needed injection of cash, thanks to shoppers.
Exciting trips to an alpaca farm, the panto and a guiding event await girls who belong to the 1stKingsbury Rainbows, all paid for by shoppers generously donating their dividends.
Customers at a convenience store have cashed in their loyalty rewards to raise £500 for a popular South Derbyshire playschool which has been running for more than 40 years.
Members of a Dordon marching band will be stepping out in style in outfits specially imported from the USA, thanks to shoppers giving up their dividends.
Youngsters at a popular village playgroup no longer have to sit on the floor to enjoy their snacks because of the generosity of shoppers at Whittington Co-op.
Volunteers at a Tamworth swimming club have been buoyed by a £500 donation which will help adults and children with a range of disabilities learning to swim.
Kind-hearted shoppers at a Tamworth Co-op convenience store have donated their dividends to send pupils on an outward-bound adventure before they go to secondary school.
Tamworth Co-operative Society’s latest results show an overall pre-tax surplus of £687,000, with the value of its net assets increasing by more than half a million pounds to £13,681,000.
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