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Three spacious, three-bedroom homes just outside Ipswich are complete and available to let.

Over 120,000 members of the East of England Co-op can look forward to a share of a £1.8million dividend payment this year.

The East of England Co-op is in a strong position to tackle the challenges ahead having remained resilient throughout the coronavirus pandemic, as their 2020/21 results show.

The region’s largest independent retailer is awarding grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 to support charities and organisations supporting people in its trading areas across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

From 1 April 2021, the value of Healthy Start vouchers will increase from £3.10 to £4.25. Our region’s largest independent retailer has today announced that it will top up the vouchers to the value of £5.

National café, bar and restaurant operators Loungers, known for brands Lounge and Cosy Club, are the anchor tenants at the East of England Co-op’s Long Wyre Street development.

To mark International Women’s Day (Monday 8 March) the region’s largest independent retailer is donating £1,000 to help improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls in East Anglia.

Frank Moxon, a corporate financier and board-level financial adviser with extensive experience as a trustee in the not-for-profit sector, has been elected as the new President of the East of England Co-operative.

A letter to all MPs in parliament urging them to prioritise those working on the retail frontline, such as supermarkets, local convenience stores and funeral services, in the next phase of the vaccine programme.

In partnership with other co-ops nationwide and well-known brands such as Marmite and Starbucks, the East of England Co-op has been raising money for NHS Charities Together by selling gifts that give a little back.