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Money raised by Tamworth Co-op supermarket shoppers is helping to keep schoolchildren in the town safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pupils at a village school are benefiting from new laptops paid for by shoppers at a Whittington convenience store generously donating their ‘divi’ money.
Tamworth Co-op shoppers’ loyalty rewards have paid for a lifesaving defibrillator to be installed at a working industrial museum which attracts thousands of visitors a year.
Tamworth Co-op's home delivery food service dating back to 1886 went into overdrive during lockdown and is continuing to play a frontline role at the heart of the community.
Cancer patients will be able to get relief from the nasty taste left in the mouth by chemotherapy, thanks to the generosity of shoppers in Wood End.
The manager of Dordon’s new £1.6m Co-op food store led the celebrations on the first day of trading – 100 years after the original branch in the village was declared open.
A village primary school is celebrating some good news after receiving a windfall from Tamworth Co-op’s Community Dividend Fund.
A South Derbyshire pre-school unable to raise funds during the coronavirus pandemic has received a timely cash injection from a longstanding scheme supporting local good causes.
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