Become a Co-op Member Pioneer in Penarth

As a member pioneer you'll talk to people in your community to find out how you can help them to make a difference.

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Your Penarth Local Causes

Penarth Live at Home - Co-op Local Cause

The project tackles loneliness and isolation for the town's older residents and is vital to the local community, especially during these unprecedented times.

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Penarth and District Scout Association - Co-op Local Cause

The group provides 470 young people with an exciting programme of activities to encourage their full potential as individuals and as members of their communities.

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Reach - Co-op Local Cause

A leading charity providing support and information to parents and their children affected by upper limb difference and providing the opportunity to play, talk and make friends with other children facing similar challenges.

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Penarth Causes Urged To Apply For Co-op Community Fund

The Co-op is looking for projects that are supporting access to essential services, for example foodbanks or green spaces, improving mental & physical wellbeing or building community resilience.

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Your Penarth Local Activities

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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Penarth Chatter

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