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A floral wreath has been laid on the grave of William MacGregor, Tamworth’s ‘champion of the poor,’ to mark the 130th anniversary of the Tamworth Co-operative Society which he founded.
Young and old came together to remember lost loved ones in a moving service designed to bring comfort to the bereaved over Christmas.
Mother-of-two Joanne Siviter’s love of words has earned her family a Christmas treat after she won a competition to coin a new slogan for Tamworth Co-op supermarket’s home delivery service.
The vast, vaulted interior of Tamworth’s historic St Editha’s Church was bathed in candlelight as hundreds of people remembered their loved ones at Christmas.
The bells will be ringing out from St Editha’s Church on December 2nd for one of the biggest events in Tamworth’s festive calendar.
For nearly a century he was just a number. Lying in an unmarked grave, his identity was hidden from public view.
It was one of the strangest sights Tamworth Co-op funeral staff had ever seen when their manager swooped unexpectedly on them in a motorcycle sidecar.
Tamworth Co-operative Society has taken the wraps off an exciting new clothes shopping experience in the heart of the town as it celebrates 130 years of continuous trading.
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