Happy faces all round for the children and parents who use the Hollybush Family Centre in Hereford in the knowledge that they can now keep dry and warm with their brand new outdoor wet weather gear, donated by local business man, Luke Conod, Managing Director of The School Uniform Shop in Hereford.
Since it opened in October last year, the School Uniform Shop in Brewers Passage, Maylord Shopping Centre, Hereford, has quickly become one of the county’s biggest and busiest school uniform stockists.
The School Uniform Shop stepped in recently to provide a complete package of Pencarrie outdoor clothing for all concerned.
“When I heard of the great work that the Hollybush Centre do for local kids and their parents I just had to get involved” said Luke Conod.
Jo Appelbee, Acting Manager of The Hollybush Family Centre, said “The clothing will be of enormous benefit when undertaking activities in connection with the Forest Schools initiative, encouraging outdoor learning for all the family.”
The new School Uniform Shop has been carefully designed and fitted out in a contemporary and comfortable style that’s easy-to-shop for both kids and parents alike.
Selling reputable brand names like Trutex and The School Uniform Shop is able to offer a full money-back guarantee if anything doesn’t live up to expectations. They are also the only school uniform retailer in the UK to sell 100% Fairtrade and ethically sourced school uniform and fully support the Fairtrade Schools scheme.
Although The School Uniform Shop in Hereford specialises in providing the complete school uniform and sports kit package for the majority of schools in the county they also keep large stocks of standard blazers, trousers, shirts, socks and skirts for all schools in a huge range of sizes.
For schools outside the area the School Uniform Shop also offers a “School Uniform Direct” service, atwww.schooluniformshop.co.uk, as well as five other outlets across the country including a department within Labels Outlet Shopping at Ross-on-Wye for schools in and around the Ross area.