An association with a twenty-year waiting list has gained five new members.
The Tamworth Co-op Employees’ Long Service Association was formed in 1973 to reward people who have worked for the Society for more than 20 years.
Do you know of any voluntary organisations which make a real difference to their local community and deserve financial support? If so this is your chance to put them forward for a cash hand-out.
For the fifth year running, The Tamworth Co-operative Society has announced it will be handing out money to a host of worthy organisations on its doorstep.
The Vicar of Amington vicar has praised the Tamworth Co-operative Society for paying for essential costs at this year’s village fete.
The event has become an increasing popular part of Amington’s calendar since 2007, but was not staged last year because the date clashed with Tamworth’s Olympic torch parade.
Pupils at a village school have had a lot of thinking to do – they’ve been tasked with the job of deciding how to spend a £254 windfall.
The money was presented to Stanton Primary School by Tamworth Co-operative Society and came from its Community Dividend Fund which helps numerous good causes
Whittington Primary School is setting up a ‘magic room’ for pupils after receiving a cash gift from the Tamworth Co-op.
Head teacher Sally Wilmot says the room will be a special place for pupils to experience with magic, music, mood lighting and aromatherapy all helping to create a calming atmosphere.
Tamworth Co-op has secured a ground-breaking agreement with Mid-Counties Co-operative to offer its customers discounted domestic energy.
It is hoped that the emergence of a new energy provider, trusted for its core principles, will persuade local people to consider Co-operative Energy an
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
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