Staff at a Lichfield school have been clinking their coffee cups to a local business which helped them put the final touches to their new impressive community café.
Saxon Hill School recently completed a £250,000 improvement programme in its dining room which includes a newly opened café area. And money from the Tamworth Co-op’s Community Dividend Fund was used to equip the kitchen, including a set of new crockery.
Members of North Warwickshire Retired Miners Club will have two coach outings and a Christmas party to thank the Tamworth Co-op for once 2013 is out.
Secretary Andrew Brown says the cheque he received for £579 from the Tamworth Co-op’s Community Dividend Fund ‘astonished’ all the
Tamworth Co-operative Society is helping a flourishing group of village volunteers to plant the seeds of success.
Rosliston in Bloom has received £755 from the Society’s Community Dividend Fund to pay for this year’s spectacular floral display which will also include vegetables.
The cheque was
A group of volunteers dedicated to enhancing a nature reserve near Tamworth have had their efforts rewarded for the second time in three years by the Tamworth Co-operative Society.
The Friends of Warwickshire Moor in Bolehall has received a cheque for £746 from the Society’s Community
Pupils at Wood End Primary School were devastated when a hobbit hole they had constructed in a woodland area was recently vandalised. But they are smiling again now having taken delivery of an exciting new treat – a wooden igloo.
The willow igloo, which comes in kit form, was funded by money
A Tamworth charity which caters for young people with special needs is celebrating a £1,522 windfall from the Tamworth Co-op.
SPIN (Special People In Need) is a support group formed in 1988 by a group of parents and carers of young people. It has evolved into a youth club with around 150 members
The sky’s the limit for a group of Polesworth air cadets after they were handed a cheque for £1,305 from one of Tamworth’s best-known businesses.
1200 (Polesworth) Air Training Corps will use the money from the Tamworth Co-op’s Community Dividend Fund to buy a flight simulator to gain a realistic experience of flying aircraft.
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