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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 Honiton community.
Honiton Nub News is entering into the next stage of our partnership with your local Co-op in order t...
Earlier this year, the Co-op asked the people of Honiton to share their lockdown stories highlightin...
Co-op shoppers can now benefit from a new Membership app that saves them money whilst supporting fan...
At Co-op, we're all about community, and reaching out to locals is part of what we do.
Help your community celebrate the moments that matter to them with our handy engagement packs, featuring lots of fun activities for key events such as Chinese New Year, St David's day and many more.
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
A sense of belonging and local community has made a big impact on a young man starting out a career
Honiton Community College Sixth Form students are celebrating another year of great results. This is
Evie Thew from Honiton has won a competition to voice an appeal by children of South Western Railway
Members of 1st Honiton Scout Group drew and coloured pictures onto wooden 12-piece jigsaws for the r
Residents at Abbeyfield Hill House in Honiton are enjoying piecing together jigsaws created by membe
Yesterday Val Royle, stalwart and founder of TRIP in 1997, stepped back as a leading member of the T
A Honiton support group specialising in helping the parents and carers of children with mental healt
The Twin Tigers Martial Arts and Boxing Club are planning to re-open on 25 July, 2020, following a
Additional Needs Sports Group was ground to a halt back in March this year when Covid struck. As
Each year 1st Honiton Scout Group present awards to the best member in each section. JUDE COWLING
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 Honiton'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.
Honiton Carers Support Group sets sights on 'post Covid-19 party'
Honiton Shedders create community space geared-up to support men's mental health
Honiton social club celebrates 30-year history with the reminder "we'll be back"