The Co-operative Members Weekend – Sat 9 Nov

If you have been down to the museum recently, you will have noticed that we have a new changing exhibition.  The People’s Business – 150 years of The Co-operative opened on Sat 12 Oct and runs until Sun 11 May 2014.

As part of our events programme this coming Saturday we have a whole host of activities for you to get stuck in to.  Find our more below, both about our events and the exhibition.

The People's Business - 150 years of The Co-operative (c) People's History Museum

This year The Co-operative turns 150.

For 150 years The Co-operative has grown to first manufacture and then to sell products.  Its services continue to support the families and communities of Great Britain and the world ‘from the cradle to the grave’.

This people’s business began its humble origins as the Co-operative Wholesale Society in Greater Manchester in 1863.  The exhibition explores the story and values behind the ‘caring sharing co-op’ and offers a unique insight into the way we shop and live.

Over the Members’ Weekend, there will be a series of events in addition to the exhibition The People’ s Business – 150 Years of The Co-operative to enjoy with all the family.  This includes a number of bookable and drop in events taking place on Saturday 9 November, with some being repeated on Sunday 10 November.

Click here to see the programme of events and activities

To book your place, please contact 0161 838 9190 or info@phm.org.uk

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2 thoughts on “The Co-operative Members Weekend – Sat 9 Nov

  1. Not sure I get to this one – but while at the Cooperative College fifty years ago! I attended the Century of Cooperation exhibition…

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