New season collections arrive in our department stores (SS18)

With top brands like Superdry, Seasalt, Joules, Topshop, White Stuff, Jacques Vert, Phase Eight, Dorothy Perkins, Esprit and Wallis, our Quadrant department stores really are on trend for the season ahead.

Whether you're looking for a new pair of pyjamas, a fancy dress to attend a wedding or a warm coat we really do have everything to ensure that your wardrobe is the envy of all your friends. 

CLICK HERE to view a small selection of what we sell. 

Chelmsford Star Co-op Benefits From Christmas Boom

Chelmsford Star Co-operative, the Essex-based independent co-operative, has seen an impressive increase in sales in their convenience food stores over the Christmas period. In the three weeks from 17th December to 6th January, the Society saw its like-for-like sales in core categories increase by 10.93%.

The Essex-based society went further and broke the results down by regions, with those stores in the south of their trading area – including those in Tilbury, Southend and on Canvey Island – actually achieving growth of 12.57%, like for like.

Save the date - Fairtrade & Local food tasting event - Wednesday 28th February 2018

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a food tasting event on Wednesday 28th February 2018 in the Chelmsford Quadrant store.

The event will open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start and will showcase a range of food from our food stores Fairtrade and The Only Way is Local ranges.

Tickets will be on sale in early February and will cost approximately £5 each. 

Make sure you put this date in your diary and we'll let you know when tickets go on sale! 

Christmas Remembrance Service ensures all is calm, all is bright in Chelmsford.

A Christmas Remembrance Carol Service was held at Trinity Methodist Church in the city centre on Friday (15th December).

The annual service, an uplifting mix of choir and carol singing, is organised by local co-op Chelmsford Star to assist those recently bereaved or who struggle to cope at this time of year.

Candles were lit at the start of the service, in memory of the lost loved ones of the hundreds who attended, and later personal messages were hung from a specially blessed Christmas tree which will remain at the church over the festive period.