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Tell us which voluntary organisations deserve our support’ – Tamworth Co-op

This is your chance to nominate a worthwhile voluntary organisation for a cash hand-out from the Tamworth Co-operative Society. For the sixth year running, the Society has decided to hand out money to a raft of good causes in the areas it trades in. 

Charity event was a piece of cake for Tamworth Co-op

A Tamworth town centre street was turned into a continental-style al fresco cafe this week to raise funds for Macmillan cancer support. Fresh coffee and and home-made cakes were served to grateful customers on the pavement outside Tamworth Co-op's bereavement advice centre in Colehill, Tamworth.

Co-op and council link up to save lives in two villages

Tamworth Co-operative Society and Kingsbury Parish Council have linked up in a bid to  save lives in Kingsbury and Wood End. The move follows two Automated External Defibrillators being donated to the parish council by Heartbeat UK. The machines can make the difference between life and death for heart attack victims.

Tamworth Co-op launches scheme to feed the birds

The Tamworth Co-operative Society’s funeral division has embraced the spirit of a popular Mary Poppins’ song by launching a community initiative to ‘feed the birds.’

Glascote to get a bigger and better Co-op convenience store

Tamworth Co-operative Society says the conversion of a former Glascote pub into a new convenience store will preserve the character of the building while boosting the area’s shopping and parking facilities.  Planning permission was recently granted for the Society to relocate its existing Glascote food store to the nearby pub site and residents are being assured of a ’sensitive’ development.

Tamworth Co-op provides the ‘write’ kind of support

Wood End Primary School pupils have been put on the ‘write’ path by the Tamworth Co-op. The school has received £786 to spend on cross curriculum creative writing projects.Head of School Mrs Carolyn Hadley said the cash will help fire the children’s enthusiasm for writing by funding events such as author visits.

Brownies get a jumbo size cheque from Tamworth Co-op

A village Brownie pack has taken delivery of a £671 cheque from the Tamworth Co-operative Society. Gaynor Satherley, Brown Owl at Whittington 1st Brownies, was stunned by the amount raised by the Society’s Community Dividend Fund.

Dosthill to benefit from a new Tamworth Co-op store

Tamworth Co-operative Society bosses say a new convenience store to be built on the site of the former Dosthill Cosmopolitan Club will boost the area’s facilities and create around 20 jobs. The modern store will stock a wide range of fresh food products and will have its own 22-bay parking area for
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