Co-operate is an online community centre for co-operation. It's created with commnuities, for communities, and is owned by communities.
Click on the boxes above to visit the Co-operate platform. Simply enter your postcode to find out all the ways you can get involved in the Penarth community.
Penarth Nub News aims to support our community, promoting shops, businesses, charities, clu...
Over the weekend, Co-op Food Penarth on Windsor Road opened their new soft plastic recycling unit. ...
At Penarth Nub News we aim to support our community. We promote shops, businesses, charities, clu...
It’s that time again, your activity packs are ready with even more exciting things to do with your neighbours and the wider community. We want everyone to get involved and make the most of summer with our International friendship day activity, Summer Fun Games and recycling/ sustainability crafts. Download and print your packs here now and let’s get the fun started.
A helping hand for you and your community.
Members get more from Co-op with exclusive member deals and personalised offers, plus 2p for every pound spent goes to you and Co-op will give the same to local communities.
On top of that, you’ll benefit from exclusive member prices across our family of businesses such as Co-op Legal Services, Insurance and Funeralcare.
Do you or someone you know receive Healthy Start Vouchers? Co-op stores have started topping up t
Romana Thomas is a 22 year old Penarth resident with autism and learning difficulties. She has limit
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board will be working with the Cardiff and Vale Health Charity al
A lot of Penarth residents have been talking about ‘a new normal’, as we come out of lockdown. A
OUR vibrant local community in Penarth is a busy and positive place to be – with so much going
Another wonderful set of goody bags are ready to be delivered to unpaid carers thanks to Penarth'
What is the Community Wellbeing Index?
The index gives an insight into what's important to people in a local community. From the quality of education, housing affordability, and public transport - to the amount of green space and the number of community centres in an area. We have gathered data for over 28,000 communities across the UK, to understand how they score across these and many other wellbeing measures.Click here to find out Penarth's Score
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.
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.
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.
The project tackles loneliness and isolation for the town's older residents and is vital to the local community, especially during these unprecedented times.