School uniform emporium hits desirous fundraising target
May 10, 2016 - School Uniform
14:08 09 May 2016
A used propagandize uniform emporium in St Ives assisting to lift income for circuitously schools has already crushed a 12-month fundraising aim of £1,000.
The School Shop, in Cromwell Mews, took only 7 months to strike a mark, and, after starting with only dual schools, now has 12 sealed adult to assistance a effort.
The intrigue works by collecting good quality, used uniforms from children during a participating schools and offered them on to other pupils.
Half of a increase are afterwards given behind to a schools.
Sarah Jarah, owners and former teacher, said: “Often when a child leaves their propagandize or outgrows their uniform relatives finish adult throwing a uniform away.
“I identified a genuine need for relatives to have a means of being means to present their neglected uniform as good as carrying somewhere to buy affordable used uniform.”
The School Shop bonds uniforms for St Ivo School, Wheatfield Primary School, Swavesey Village College and Westfield Junior School, to name though a few, and also sells stationery, resin shields, football boots, rider guides and planners.
The emporium is open Monday to Thursday from 2.30pm to 6.30pm, and all day on Saturdays.
For more, revisit theschoolshopstives.com