Local independent co-operative Society Chelmsford Star, which has 50 trading outlets in Essex, at its AGM held on Monday 11th May, announced another positive result to a record number of members which at 115 was up by over a third on the previous year.
Local co-operative, Chelmsford Star is holding an evening meeting for its Essex producers currently supplying its 39 stores across the region. The inaugural event is to be held in the quadrant, Chelmsford on 29th April.
Titled ‘ideas and inspiration’, the Society has asked its 40 producers to supply the top three most pressing issues they have in their business, and then has brought captains of industry together to help address these problems.
Some of the issues include funding, accessing new markets, logistics, marketing on small budgets and auto enrolment.
Local independent Co-operative Society, Chelmsford Star is to hold its Annual General Meeting in its quadrant department store, Moulsham Street, Chelmsford on Monday 11th May at 6.30pm.
The AGM is a chance for members (who own and control the Society) to find out how the Society is performing, meet their Directors and ask questions.
Chelmsford Star Co-operative Funeral Services has just extended a free bereavement and counselling service to all following the success of a trial run with its clients at its Main Road branch, Danbury.
This local funeral director has been offering free to all bereavement support groups for over 15 years but has recognised that some people need more specific counselling.
Funeral Operations Manager, Craig Jackson commented;
As part of its refit programme, Chelmsford Star Co-operative recently revamped its convenience food store, in Broomfield Road, Chelmsford and was duly relaunched on 18th March, by ex mayor of Chelmsford, Joyce Ashford.
The store was closed for 10 days in order to renew the fixtures and fitting and update the ranges with more emphasis being given to fresh including food produced in Essex.
Joyce has been a regular shopper at the store for over 40 years, she commented;
Quadrant department store, Chelmsford recently held a special celebratory shopping event on 25th March to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Federation of the Women’s Institute. Over 300 attended including the Mayor and Mayoress of Chelmsford and together raised £2000 for charity.
We have a team entering The J's Hospice Pedal For The J's event on Sunday 3rd May.
Emily Smith (Marketing Department), Paul Nagy (Support Services) and Mathew Champney of Ph2o Photography Limited will be taking on the 50 mile route and raising money for our charity of the year.
To sponsor the team please visit: http://s.coop/1w25b
If you are currently considering a new bed then the ‘quadrant’ department stores have probably one of the best ranges of product and price in the area.
Buyer Phil Abrey, chooses his ranges very carefully and always with the best interests of his customers in mind.
The Anglo European School in Ingatestone has just run its second enterprise day for its 6th Year 9 students, which has got them all buzzing with excitement. The aim of the event was to get 210 thirteen and fourteen years olds in groups of 10, to produce a concept, design and financial plan for a food business.