National Guild of Co-operators: Tyneside district
This page summarises records created by this Organisation
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|History:||The National Guild of Co-operators was set up in 1926 to create one national adult co-operative auxiliary of men and women in addition to the Women's Co-operative Guild and National Co-operative Men's Guild that were auxiliary groups exclusive to women and men. The first annual conference of the Guild took place in Nottingham in 1927. The Men's Guild merged in 1967. Annual reports of the Guild 1947-1996, newsletters and histories are held by the Co-operative Heritage Trust at Rochdale Pioneers Museum.|
|Functions, occupations and activities:||Labour and Trade Union movement > Co-operative movement|
|Name authority reference:||GB/NNAF/C287672|