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Colleagues from all over the county were out and about making a difference in their communities last week, from singing in a choir at a major event to helping school pupils win Fairtrade competitions.

Staff leant a hand to students developing marketing campaigns for a Fairtrade product at an enterprise workshop at South Axholme Academy in Epworth. The winning team’s product was sugar, assisted by Lydia McHugh from our Crowle Food Store.

Our Distribution Manager Ian Bell took the time to teach students from Magnus CoE Academy in Newark all about logistics at our Food Distribution Centre in Lincoln, giving an insight into managing such a complex operation.

Over the weekend our staff choir sang with the community choir at Green Fields Beyond at Lincoln Castle to deliver an emotive performance. The event, which also included a parade and storytelling, was the first of many taking place in Lincoln to commemorate 100 years since the First World War.

Many more volunteering events are due to be undertaken by Lincolnshire Co-op staff over the summer, including a tidy up at Whisby Wildlife Centre in Lincoln in conjunction with Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, and another at Besthorpe Reserve, Newark with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


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