School uniform opening opening second store in Ribble Valley (From This Is …
June 18, 2015 - School Uniform
A BLACKBURN uniform provider that sells to pupils from some-more than 50 schools opposite East Lancashire is opening a new emporium in a Ribble Valley.
Grays, that also has premises on Northgate, opens an opening in Clitheroe this weekend on Castle Street.
Its menswear emporium on Penny Street in Blackburn sealed in 2011 – 91 years after brothers George and Will Gray took a case on Blackburn’s open market.
They built adult a business so fast that within 12 months they had changed into their emporium during 67, Penny Street, on a dilemma of Old Chapel Street.
Grays changed into a marketplace in 1964 and non-stop a second in Northgate, offered propagandize uniforms a decade later, after holding over a business creatively run by Johnny Forbes.
George and Will were in their twenties when they came behind home after fighting in a First World War and motionless to set adult in business.
They approached a northern wholesaler though carrying any income to compensate for batch – though a owners of a business, elegant of their use to a country, concluded to give them credit.