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At the time of the Second World War, nearly 9 million people in Britain were members of their local co-operative societies.
Co-operative societies throughout the 1940s provided for the needs of their members from the cradle to the grave, providing doorstep delivery of milk through to services such as funerals.
The social lives of many members revolved around their co-operative societies, with children’s groups, adults groups, social events in the co-op hall, day trips, adult education courses and much more.

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