Being a member of Lincolnshire Co-operative means a lot more than simply having a dividend card.
Upon becoming a member and investing £1 in the society you become a shareholder in a major local business. This entitles you to vote for the Board of Directors and have a say at AGMs.
As a member you can also come along to events, such as cookery demonstrations or our annual carol concerts.
You can get involved in your local area members' group. These groups make decisions on donation requests from local good causes and also discuss Society services.
There are 9 members' groups, including two in Lincoln and others covering Horncastle, Newark, Sleaford, the south of the county, Gainsborough, Grimsby and Market Rasen. If you'd like to find out more about joining, contact our Membership and Community team on (01522) 544632.
As well as arranging activities for members, we have two clubs for young members from five to 18 years of age.
- Dividend card
The Lincolnshire Co-operative dividend is a traditional way of giving members a share of the profits.
Details of events, exhibitions and things to do organised by Lincolnshire Co-operative.
- Get involved
Joining your local Members’ Group is the perfect way to get more involved, meet other members and find out more about Lincolnshire Co-operative.
- Member benefits
Members of Lincolnshire Co-operative receive a wide range of benefits, from dividend points, to discounts on local goods and services.
- How to join
To become a member of Lincolnshire Co-operative and qualify for a dividend card, a share in our profits and other member benefits simply complete our application form, sign it and return it to us.
- Junior members
At Lincolnshire Co‑operative we run two clubs which are for anyone who lives within the trading area of Lincolnshire Co‑operative and are aged between 5-11 or 12-18. Better still, both clubs are completely free to join!
- Co-operative woodland
Trees are amazing – not only do they act as lungs for the atmosphere by absorbing carbon and locking it away for decades, but they also generate oxygen, provide homes for a variety of wildlife, give us raw materials and make a great place for relaxation and fun!
- Dividend bonus 2012
What will you put your dividend bonus towards?
- Login to my account
How to register or login to our members' site.