This collection comprises minute books and account ledgers of the South Western Section Co-operative Convalescent Fund.
South Western Section Co-operative Convalescent Fund
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The first meeting of representatives of subscribing societies to The South Western Co-operative Convalescent Fund was held in June 1914. Thirty-three societies joined at this time including Bristol, Taunton, Exeter, Exmouth and Torquay. The aim was to restore to health co-operative employees and their families to enable them to continue working by providing accommodation in approved convalescent homes and expenses to cover the cost of travel to such homes. The first applications to the fund included sufferers from bronchitis, a nervous debility and double hernia. The fund was dissolved in the mid 1970s.
Arrangement is by provenance.
Conditions Governing Access
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Compiled by Caroline Flint, National Co-operative Archives volunteer, June 2009.
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Copies may be supplied for research purposes, subject to the completion of a declaration form. Please consult the Archivist regarding copyright issues.