Co-operative Archive Visit the archive Face coverings for Archive Bookings "Throughout the Summer period, CHT sites will continue to ask visitors to wear a face covering. Our venues are small; in areas with high infection rates so Trustees have decided to take this step to protect staff and show solidarity with co-op colleagues in the retail sector. We will review this in the Autumn." What you need to know Archive visits must be booked in advance Porous materials will be quarantined for 75 hours after being handled You will need to leave your contact details for NHS Test and Trace Bookable services Initial enquiries are free but if you need us to do remote research for you (if you don't wish to travel) or answer a more in-depth research enquiry the following charges may apply. *Please consider that this may be cheaper than the cost of travelling to Manchester for a visit in person. We can scan up to 4 free pages of material to send , after this charges will apply £15 for 30 minutes of research. If further research is required this would be charged at £30 per hour with a minimum of 1 hour, maximum 3 hours Includes: A research report summary document, 4 high quality A4 / 2 A3 copies and postage or digital files (non-commercial use), up to 10 additional copies or digital files (JPG/PDF or MP4). Documents can be transcribed if requested at the additional rate of £10 per page. Contacting us: [email protected] We will continue to log all requests and deal with them as quickly as possible. Finding Us The Archive is located at Holyoake House on Hanover Street in Manchester City Centre's Co-operative Quarter. Hanover Street is just across the road from Victoria Train Station and a short Metrolink (tram) ride to Shudehill from Manchester Piccadilly Station. The building has an access ramp from street level and a lift to the second floor. We have no onsite parking; the closest public car park is NCP Printworks, Shudehill, M4 2AT.