One of your local Co-op Member Pioneers Claire Mason

Co-op Member Pioneers bring together Co-op members, colleagues and local causes to make communities a better place to work, play, live and learn. They can put you in touch with like-minded people, offer practical advice, and help. Click the button below to meet one of our great Pioneers.

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Your Thurrock Local Causes

Friends Of Hardie Park - Co-op Local Cause

Hardie Park in Stanford-le-Hope is one of the local Co-op's chosen charities because of its massive impact on the local community.

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Girlguiding Thurrock West - Co-op Local Cause

MORE than 350 girls and young women exemplify the spirit of community that is part of the driving force behind the Co-op movement.

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South Essex Wildlife Hospital - Co-op Local Cause

South Essex Wildlife Hospital at Orsett costs £2,000 a week to maintain its services which save the lives of thousands of wild animals brought in to its care every year.

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Your Thurrock Local Activities

NHS prescriptions, delivered for free!

If you have a repeat prescription from a GP in England, you can order your medication direct from your mobile phone or tablet using the Co-op Health app. No need to call anyone or visit a pharmacy, unless you want to.

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Kids Activity Pack

A fantastic "We're the kids of Co-op" Children's Activity Pack to download, print and keep the kids entertained! Includes 'Things that make me happy', 'Something new I learnt today', 'Spot the difference', 'Draw the rainbow' plus various colouring in sheets and other drawing activities.


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Other Thurrock Community Links

Funeralcare
Fareshare
Mind
Parkrun

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