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  • Travel volunteers transform community nature reserve


    Burgh Angling Community Nature Reserve near Alford has received some much needed TLC after Lincolnshire Co-op travel staff won a competition to help with the area’s regeneration.

  • Co-op duo set off to cycle the country


    Two staff members from Lincolnshire Co-op are taking things up a gear with their charity cycle ride. They set off on Tuesday August 26th to travel the length of Great Britain to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society.

  • Community cash for North Hykeham day centre


    A community hub providing essential services to older people is the latest cause to benefit from Lincolnshire Co-op’s Community Champions fund.

  • Guide dogs' Community Champions cash boost


    Lincolnshire Co-op shoppers have helped raise £1,338 to be spent on training guide dogs - life changing companions for the visually impaired.

  • Bank holiday opening hours - Monday 25 August 2014

    Opening hours for Lincolnshire Co-op stores on bank holiday Monday, 25th August 2014.

  • Ceremony marks hospital's wartime heritage


    Hospital staff who cared for injured WW1 servicemen have been remembered with a ceremony which saw a new lime tree planted in a memorial garden.

  • Intern receives visit from MP


    Intern Greg Gavin shared his experience of the world of work with Karl McCartney when the Lincoln MP popped into a Lincolnshire Co-op pharmacy.

  • Charity cheese hits co-op shelves


    How often do you get to eat cheese and call it an act of charity? Now that Lincolnshire Co-op is stocking Lymn Bank Farm’s Just Jane cheddar, you can!

  • Ursula's university honour


    Lincolnshire Co-op's Chief Executive Ursula Lidbetter has been awarded a honorary doctorate to recognise the Society's community work and impact on local business.

  • Florists turn over new leaf


    A busy shopping precinct in Lincoln will benefit from a new florist as Lincolnshire Co-op invests £35,000 in a move.

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