Don't let it become another tesco
You just cant close this store , it is a big part of Chesterfield.
Help to save one of Chesterfield's Landmarks, sign the petition to save our Co-Op.
Chesterfield and ex-Chesterfield folks - sign this petition now please. And, send to all those friends who you think might also feel this downgrades Chesterfield Town Centre if the Co-op closes.
Chesterfield just wont look right.
PART OF CHESTERFIELD TRADITION.
One of the few shops in Chesterfield where customers get a smile and proper service. People have worked there for years and where will new jobs come from? Support the Co-op - shop local - retain somewhere where the older generation shop and feel loyal to the business.
Me too and going to have a delicious chicken sandwich in the little cafe they had there
Save our co op , I remember going to the Santas grotto when I was little
Were will we go for wedding dresses and royal dalton xx
Doubt anything will be left of town soon, HMV going into Admin, Hudsons gone... that'll be the last of the music/video stores.
Waterstones took over from that little book shop that is now a coffee shop, Tesco took over Somerfield, something else took over Iceland (space wise)...
I rarely go into Town nowadays, and I only live 10 minutes away on foot, even the Co-Op doesn't offer that much value or variation for kids toys, I think we lost the kind of quality you're complaining about a long...
I rarely go into Town nowadays, and I only live 10 minutes away on foot, even the Co-Op doesn't offer that much value or variation for kids toys, I think we lost the kind of quality you're complaining about a long time ago, Woolworth's wasn't bad for kids toys... oh yea, Toys'r'us is bad in town too, hardly any variation and nothing for less than a quid.
Last proper toy shop I went in was in Sunderland, everything from little rubber snakes for 50p to RC cars for £20 / £30. A shop a young kid could actually spend their birthday in without feeling disappointed that they couldn't have what they wanted.
Co-Op won't be a big loss when you look at the big picture, if they actually sold the kind of stuff people on the highstreet would spend money on, then they'd be safe. Selling high value goods that you can get cheaper on-line isn't the way forward for any business!
I can't believe Hudson''s has gone. I spent half my life there as a preteen.
Why close it I can still remember my mams dividend number and my own ,
I remember by mums and my grandmas.