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Ashby Nub News is entering into the next stage of our partnership with your local Co-op in order to ...
Zoe Richardson is the Member Pioneer for Ashby and Moira Co-op stores and started her role in late O...
Ashby's Life in Lockdown – the Co-op's e-book - tells stories of how local groups and resi...
At Co-op, we're all about community, and reaching out to locals is part of what we do.
Help your community celebrate the moments that matter to them with our handy engagement packs, featuring lots of fun activities for key events such as Chinese New Year, St David's day and many more.
A helping hand for you and your community.
Members get more from Co-op with exclusive member deals and personalised offers, plus 2p for every pound spent goes to you and Co-op will give the same to local communities.
On top of that, you’ll benefit from exclusive member prices across our family of businesses such as Co-op Legal Services, Insurance and Funeralcare.
Ashby's Mayor and Mayoress marked Commonwealth Day at the town's War Memorial in Brook Stree
Ivanhoe College has received a donation of refurbished laptops from Sanctuary Group to support home
The https://www.ashbyventuretheatre.org.uk/Ashby Venture Theatre has received a £5,000 g
The North West Leicestershire vaccination hub at Measham Leisure Centre has been told it is the '
Ashby’s sports clubs have been brought together under one organisation - to form a groundbreaking,
The Patients’ Group (PPG), a Registered Charity at Castle Medical Group in Ashby has organised Yog
The https://www.parkrun.org.uk/conkers/Conkers Parkrun in Moira is set to return on June
Do you or someone you know receive Healthy Start Vouchers? Co-op stores have started topping up t
A Swadlincote charity created in response to the rising number of children entering emergency care a
Moira Co-op store colleagues staged their own mini-Olympics after taking part in a series of sportin
When Ashby Co-op Customer Team colleague Kristen Eley wanted to show her support for the NHS and key
A Loughborough Co-op Funeralcare employee’s care for the well-being of others and a sense of duty
Sands United is football team in Ashby for men affected by baby loss, offering a peer support networ
The Help The Elderly Ashby de la Zouch group are bringing their service to a close. It was starte
A Co-op store manager and his team at Moira have become local champions in the community, inspiring
Ashby United Community Football Club are looking for male and female volunteer coaches and assistant
Ashby Arts Festival is staging a Creative Weekender event later this month - and organisers want you
A Multi-Sports Summer Holiday Club for youngsters is being staged in August at https://www.ashbyi
What is the Community Wellbeing Index?
The index gives an insight into what's important to people in a local community. From the quality of education, housing affordability, and public transport - to the amount of green space and the number of community centres in an area. We have gathered data for over 28,000 communities across the UK, to understand how they score across these and many other wellbeing measures.Click here to find out Ashby-de-la-Zouch's Score
The Co-op is looking for projects that are supporting access to essential services, for example foodbanks or green spaces, improving mental & physical wellbeing or building community resilience.
The charity has seen over 1,200 people come through its doors looking to access learning facilities that would not normally be available to them.
The charity produces 'Bags of Love' to children who are victims of abuse in the homes they are growing up in.
The Association aims to liven up the golden years of tenants by providing entertainment, trips out and improving facilities.