North Wales Co-operative Managers' Association

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

The collection consists of one minute book of the association.

Administrative / Biographical History

The North Wales Co-operative Managers' Association was formed following an initial meeting at Chester Society's room on 26 March 1924. The meeting was attended by Managers of societies at Buckley, Ffynnon Groyu, Mold Junction, Brymbo, Queensferry, Llandudno Junction, New York Penmaemawr, Oswestry, Chirk, Aberystwyth, Towyn, Leeswood, Cefn and Wrexham. It was agreed at the meeting that a Managers Associetion for North Wales be formed on trial for 12 months.

The first official meeting of the society took place on 1st April 1924.

Conditions Governing Access

All open materials, can be viewed by previous arrangement, Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm. Contact the Archivist at: National Co-operative Archive Co-operative College Holyoake House Hanover Street Manchester M60 0AS archive@co-op.ac.uk, http://www.co-op.ac.uk/our-heritage/national-co-operative-archive/

Archivist's Note

Description compiled by Adam Shaw, Archivist, May 2012.