70 per cent off Groceries for the NHS, Fire Service,Police & Employees & Retirees from ASDA,Tesco,Waitrose, Morrisons, M&S@ The Company Shop
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70 per cent off Groceries for the NHS, Fire Service,Police & Employees & Retirees from ASDA,Tesco,Waitrose, Morrisons, M&S@ The Company Shop

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LocalFound 9th Nov 2018Edited by:"pinkcamelia"
70 per cent off brands from ASDA, Tesco, Waitrose and Morrisons Other brands it sells include Ocado, Nestle, Tetley and Muller.
The Company Shop sells stock at such a discount because it is misshapen, damaged or close to its sell-by date.

But you can only become a member if you work for the NHS, fire service or police, or be a current or former employee of one of the brands that supplies its products.
Company Shop eligibilityTo qualify for Company Shop Limited membership, applicants must:

  • Be over 18 years of age
  • Either be employed by, or are retirees of our partners, OR
  • Work in the emergency services – including the Fire Brigade, Police and those employed directly by the NHS
The majority of its locations are found in north England including Manchester, Grimsby, St Helens and Barnsley, with another in Northamptonshire.
Corby Grimsby Wentworth Middleton St. Helens & Washington


Members, who must be over 18, are allowed to bring a guest with them when they browse.

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I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.

That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.
Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to rely on companies generosity for such stuff
Themadcow1 h, 41 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection) do an amazing job

But look at the others:

Police - do you respond to a call daily that could potentially mean the end of your life if things go wrong?

Fire - do you decide to risk your life by entering a burning building to save others?

NHS - do you have the skills to save somebodys life or know what treatment someone needs to stop them from dying?

Extreme I know but a bin man just has to worry about if he's put a bin on the lorry the right way round.
MentalFloss1 h, 58 m ago

Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to …Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to rely on companies generosity for such stuff



Many people are not 'properly paid', it's just NHS staff that get the most coverage because they've got the loudest collective voice. Yes they do a great job but they apply for that job knowing full well what the salary is - as do we all.
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I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.

That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.
Themadcow2 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


I did like that they extended it to employees & retirees of the companies
Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to rely on companies generosity for such stuff
I wish there was one in Sheffield
All up North. Great if you are nearby
One near me and I am a member. Well worth joining, although it is a bit like the tkmaxx of groceries - you will end up buying stuff that you never knew you needed or existed
id think people working in police fire service would be getting more money
Themadcow1 h, 41 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection) do an amazing job

But look at the others:

Police - do you respond to a call daily that could potentially mean the end of your life if things go wrong?

Fire - do you decide to risk your life by entering a burning building to save others?

NHS - do you have the skills to save somebodys life or know what treatment someone needs to stop them from dying?

Extreme I know but a bin man just has to worry about if he's put a bin on the lorry the right way round.
I've been to the one near me with my friend who is retired NHS worker. You can go with someone as a guest. Hit and miss what's there. Can't do a full week shop. Some things are going to be out of date quite soon.

I agree that people who work in these professions are not poorly paid so i'm not sure why there are places like these for them only when we have lots of people needing to use foodbanks!
steve123uk9 m ago

Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care …Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection) do an amazing jobBut look at the others:Police - do you respond to a call daily that could potentially mean the end of your life if things go wrong?Fire - do you decide to risk your life by entering a burning building to save others?NHS - do you have the skills to save somebodys life or know what treatment someone needs to stop them from dying?Extreme I know but a bin man just has to worry about if he's put a bin on the lorry the right way round.


Well, social workers often have to enter the home of abusers, drug addicts or people with aggressive mental health conditions, mostly without back-up. The pressures of the job result in some of the highest levels of depression and stress in any career path. They also take all kinds of abuse from families, while doing their best to provide the best care the state allows.

There are a lot of NHS staff who have no experience of emergency medical care, but play a vital role in the service too. It's not a case of one being better than the other (for whatever reason) but acknowledgement of public service in what has been pretty bad conditions for some time now.
steve123uk14 m ago

Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care …Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection) do an amazing jobBut look at the others:Police - do you respond to a call daily that could potentially mean the end of your life if things go wrong?Fire - do you decide to risk your life by entering a burning building to save others?NHS - do you have the skills to save somebodys life or know what treatment someone needs to stop them from dying?Extreme I know but a bin man just has to worry about if he's put a bin on the lorry the right way round.


This is a little short sighted and daft.. I’ve not the up to date figures but in 2016 Twenty people died working in refuse collection in the UK vs I believe under double figures of police officers.
MentalFloss1 h, 58 m ago

Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to …Good offer. I wish NHS staff etc. were properly paid so they don't have to rely on companies generosity for such stuff



Many people are not 'properly paid', it's just NHS staff that get the most coverage because they've got the loudest collective voice. Yes they do a great job but they apply for that job knowing full well what the salary is - as do we all.
Themadcow2 h, 19 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


I'm sorry but stuff like this really grinds my gears!
Yes police/NHS ect do a cracking job & as you say teachers, refuge collectors ect do a good job too but they is also millions of other workers NOT employed by this wonderful organisation that do a fantastic job work hard all week get #*it pay and struggle with money (eg care workers) so why single out any group of employees for "a pat on the back"
As it is my wife works for Asda so i could use this service but to me it's a daft idea, if there is a mountain of short coded stuff to shift let everyone have a share, oh wait a minute someone has already thought about that as we already have Heron & Jack Fultons Foods so I will stick to them thanks!
Oh and just so I don't upset anyone, a pat on the back for everyone that works hard all week, for those working hard trying to find a job & for those who can't work.
Really good bargains to be had
on a few occasions a lot of freebies as the best before date is so called gone All happy here(y)
Heat given. I am a card holder ,but don't use it as it is a 60miles round trip. Lots of stuff that are short dated & therefore cannot stock pile. If you live nearby & qualify for the card, then it's worth trying it out.
Hapzy1 h, 38 m ago

All up North. Great if you are nearby



Stop whinging, the south gets the Coca Cola truck
Sharpharp2 m ago

Stop whinging, the south gets the Coca Cola truck


Pretty sure no whinging. Just saying all North & it’s great if nearby. Coke truck goes all over. Think you may have been doing some other ‘Coke’ with this reply
Themadcow3 h, 6 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


You just hit the nail on the head what I was going to say .

Not going on , my little boys got cancer like a lot children and adults . My wife and I care for this little boy 24/7 . I could guess we do more hours than the doctors and nurses . We are in the hospitals all over the place , even the doctors and nurses say carers should get the same as the NHS staff , because their jobs are harder than ares .
Edited by: "KemCol" 9th Nov 2018
KemCol33 m ago

You just hit the nail on the head what I was going to say .Not going on , …You just hit the nail on the head what I was going to say .Not going on , my little boys got cancer like a lot children and adults . My wife and I care for this little boy 24/7 . I could guess we do more hours than the doctors and nurses . We are in the hospitals all over the place , even the doctors and nurses say carers should get the same as the NHS staff , because their jobs are harder than ares .


I so sorry to hear about your son. Do you have a wish list and do you have a justgiving page?
pinkcamelia22 m ago

I so sorry to hear about your son. Do you have a wish list and do you …I so sorry to hear about your son. Do you have a wish list and do you have a justgiving page?


We never done a justgiving page and we never done a wishlist . He gets loads of stuff off people . We don't beg for nothing in that way , we just try to get what we can for him off the government for him and thats a nightmare . My little boys been in a chair for 18 months now and still fighting to get mobility allowance for him even with the amount of doctors letters sent to the DLA .
Edited by: "KemCol" 9th Nov 2018
Cold. Why are these people deemed more important than other members of society?
So a consultant earning £150k a year deserves this - that I agree.

So, all people are not equal.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Nov 2018
KemCol7 h, 31 m ago

We never done a justgiving page and we never done a wishlist . He gets …We never done a justgiving page and we never done a wishlist . He gets loads of stuff off people . We don't beg for nothing in that way , we just try to get what we can for him off the government for him and thats a nightmare . My little boys been in a chair for 18 months now and still fighting to get mobility allowance for him even with the amount of doctors letters sent to the DLA .


Thats awful that your having to fight for money from dla
i have experienced the dla though i was moved to pip but less money as i only got standard on both parts
I hope you have appealled.
Good luck with your son xxx
summerof076342 m ago

Thats awful that your having to fight for money from dla i have …Thats awful that your having to fight for money from dla i have experienced the dla though i was moved to pip but less money as i only got standard on both parts I hope you have appealled.Good luck with your son xxx


Went to court last april and was still turned down . My little boy could not be at the hearing at the time as he was having a transplant over 200 miles away from home .

The government stinks . But we will keep fighting . and in the end take the government to court over the loss of what he should of got from day one .
steve123uk16 h, 59 m ago

Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care …Public servants like you mentioned (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection) do an amazing jobBut look at the others:Police - do you respond to a call daily that could potentially mean the end of your life if things go wrong?Fire - do you decide to risk your life by entering a burning building to save others?NHS - do you have the skills to save somebodys life or know what treatment someone needs to stop them from dying?Extreme I know but a bin man just has to worry about if he's put a bin on the lorry the right way round.


Extend the thinking.

Let's say the bin man never picked up your bin: what then?
Themadcow21 h, 9 m ago

I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little …I don't expect this to be a popular post, but it does annoy me a little that the NHS, Fire and Police services so much positive publicity and benefits while other public servants (social services, teachers, care workers, refuse collection etc) get ignored.That said, this is a good initiative and anything like this is welcomed.


You obviously have no idea how stressful it would be working for emergency services seeing the things they do as opposed to being a primary school teacher.

Maybe that's why these companies think emergency services deserve picking out?

Honestly some people...How can you be so obtuse?
bbfb12323 m ago

You obviously have no idea how stressful it would be working for emergency …You obviously have no idea how stressful it would be working for emergency services seeing the things they do as opposed to being a primary school teacher. Maybe that's why these companies think emergency services deserve picking out?Honestly some people...How can you be so obtuse?


I know teachers in inner city schools that regularly get threatened with violence. Not much fun being a 8st teacher being threatened by a 15st gangsta wannabe. But, sure, being a primary school teacher in the home counties probably isn't the same as being in an armed response unit, no.

As I said before, everyone in public sector services has had a pay cut over the last 10 years - it's not about who is "best".
When did HUKD become so complicated
angelhaseyes9th Nov

I wish there was one in Sheffield


They’d one at Barnsley
katie125102 h, 9 m ago

They’d one at Barnsley


Marrons? You have to be a producer or supplier to stores. My other half works for Tesco and was refused.
angelhaseyes28 m ago

Marrons? You have to be a producer or supplier to stores. My other half …Marrons? You have to be a producer or supplier to stores. My other half works for Tesco and was refused.


Yes n I only went last week
katie125102 h, 32 m ago

Yes n I only went last week


We will try again.
Does Iceland retirees able to get passes to shop in company shop thanks
Thats awful they have no compassion.I am profoundly deaf and when i went for my f2f when the woman called my name my partner tapped my hand which i know means your name was called and i turned round to let her know it was me and when i got my papers back from f2f she said she called me in a normal voice and i turned round i got 0points for my hearing even though when we got in the room i said to her i am profoundly deaf and if you speak to me can you please make sure you look at me.she said she would but the amount of times she put her head down and asked me something was beyond a joke which made me start stressing and getting anxious about it as i had to keep telling her i could hear her voice vaugely but not what she was saying and cpshe please look at me.i was near tears by the end of it all.i hope your little boy has recovered well and that your fight has resulted in his award xx
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