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Top 10 community blog posts of 2019

03 December 2019
Module - 1. Ever wondered who owns Co-op Share Number 1?
1. Ever wondered who owns Co-op Share Number 1?

Meet islander Carol Romeril, the proud owner of our very first share number.

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Module - 2. A Helping Hand for Beresford Street Kitchen
2. A Helping Hand for Beresford Street Kitchen

Find out how this brilliant Jersey charity has been able to help young adults with learning disabilities.

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Module - 3. How our colleagues are being good eggs in the community
3. How our colleagues are being good eggs in the community

Celebrating our colleagues who make a real difference to their communities in their own ways, in their own time.

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Module - 4. Working with local suppliers to tackle plastic packaging
4. Working with local suppliers to tackle plastic packaging

Discussing the issues of single-use plastic and food waste.

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Module - 5. Sérgio Marcelino: Meet the community champion
5. Sérgio Marcelino: Meet the community champion

Our colleague Sérgio dedicates hours of his time to support the lonely, elderly and disabled. 

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Module - 6. How Men Walk Men Talk is supporting men’s health
6. How Men Walk Men Talk is supporting men’s health

MWMT is a regular 5km walk for men in Jersey to escape the treadmill of life. 

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Module - 7. Our plastic free produce trial unwrapped
7. Our plastic free produce trial unwrapped

An update on our plastic free produce trial at Grand Marché stores. 

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Module - 8. What is a Co-op anyway?
8. What is a Co-op anyway?

For Co-op Fortnight, we looked at what makes us different.

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Module - 9. Spreading joy with random acts of kindness
9. Spreading joy with random acts of kindness

Find out what we got up to during Co-op Fortnight.

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Module - 10. Helping Guernsey's children Be Active with a daily mile
10. Helping Guernsey's children Be Active with a daily mile

Find out how our Helping Hands fund has made a real difference in Guernsey's schools.

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