Although the Rochdale Pioneers Museum and Co-operative Archive are temporarily closed due to government coronavirus advice, you can still access our co-operative heritage collections and resources online.

Some of these resources have been put online for the first time in our history for you to enjoy and access from your own home. There are a range of resources suitable for all ages and we will be continuously updating this page throughout our closure.

We are also still on hand to answer any questions you might have about the Co-operative Heritage Trust via email and social media:
For museum enquiries - [email protected]
For archive enquiries - [email protected]

Co-op colouring sheets
These have been taken from a 1980s co-operative colouring book in our collection. Check out some of the retro hairstyles!
They simply need to be downloaded and printed to enjoy as an activity at home for all the family.

This shows construction workers and diggers building a new breakfast food factory.

This shows the seaside co-op at Mull in Scotland with boats and fishermen.

This shows the Rochdale Pioneers serving customers in the original store at 31 Toad Lane - where the Pioneers Museum is now!

This shows a family sat around a breakfast table with co-op foods.

This shows a Co-op Travel bus travelling through the countryside.

This shows a herd of cows and a lorry on a Co-op dairy farm.

This shows people and cars outside a Co-op supermarket.