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Co-op – Opportunities

In light of recent events, the Co-op are currently looking for a range of permanent and temporary workers to help them serve their members and communities in their food stores and funeral homes across the UK in these challenging times.

To apply for permanent roles please visit

For temporary vacancies in coop food stores, people can visit their local store where they’ll be able to apply directly ,with applications being processed as quickly as possible  (sometimes within 24-48 hours).

Whilst the Coop understands that there is some risk involved in people visiting sites to apply and attend interviews, they are taking all possible measures to protect their colleagues and candidates.

Service Update

Dear customers,

Due to the latest government guidance, and for the safety of our customers and staff, we have taken the difficult decision to close the centres from this afternoon. The Food Pantry at Yes Collyhurst will still be open tomorrow as normal, but this will be the last time we are able to offer this service from our centre until further notice. We are meeting tomorrow with all staff members to look at ways that we can continue to offer our support through the internet or over the phone and will provide another update as soon as possible. Apologies for the inconvenience that this may cause you in the coming weeks and we hope to be back open as soon as possible!


Yes Team

Xmas Closing times

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Yes!

We’ll be closing earlier than usual on Christmas Eve at 2pm at both our Collyhurst and Newton Heath centres.

The Newton Heath centre will be back open as normal from the 2nd January, Collyhurst will be reopening slightly later on the 6th January, and The Hive will be back to normal from the 7th January.

We Hope that everyone has a great festive period and we’ll see you all in 2020! 🙂

Many thanks,

Yes Team

Street artists pay homage to Collyhurst…

The new mural at our Collyhurst centre has been featured in the news. Many thanks to Kelso and Entise for the fantastic work, and The Eric Hobin fund for funding the project. Follow the link below for pictures and the full story…

(Image: Mark Waugh Manchester Press Photography Ltd)