Clydebank Co-operative Society


Clydebank Co-operative Society
Clydebank Co-operative Society Limited
Type Consumer Co-operative
Founded 1881 (1881)
Headquarters Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland
Area served Clydebank
Key people Robert Sider, Chief Executive
Industry Retailing
Funerals
Post offices
Revenue £16,500,000

The Clydebank Co-operative Society Limited is the smallest consumers' co-operative in Scotland, based in the town of Clydebank near Glasgow. Along with Scotmid and The Co-operative Group, it is one of three co-operative retailers in Scotland, and the only one not merged into a regional or national society.

Unusually for co-operatives in the United Kingdom, it is not a member of Co-operatives UK. However, in its founding year of 1881, it joined the Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society.[1] In the 21st century, Clydebank Co-op has buying arrangements with the Co-operative Retail Trading Group (CRTG), a buying group managed by The Co-operative Group, the successor of SCWS, which also manages The Co-operative brand.[2]

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Stores

The Society currently operates six food stores ranging from just over 6,500 square  feet at Dunn Street, to its smallest, 1,800 square feet (170 m2), at Great Western Road.

  • 2141/2143, Great Western Road, Knightswood
  • 2, Sylvania Way South, Clydebank
  • 393, Kilbowie Road, Clydebank
  • 8 Dunn Street, Dalmuir, Clydebank
  • 138, Duntocher Road, Parkhall, Clydebank
  • 580, Kilbowie Road, Hardgate Cross, Hardgate

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