Park ex is now over and we are still getting fantastic feedback from our street style fashion show! Our models did an amazing job strutting their stuff on the cat walk showcasing our traffic warden uniforms and how they have evolved over the years. We started our park ex cat walk show out at the very beginning in the 1960’s and worked our way to our new highly evolved uniforms which we launched from our stand.
We also had the Michelin man getting selfies at every opportunity. Don’t forget to send yours into email@example.com for a chance to win that yummy chocolate hamper. I cant wait to see them all!
Overall we had such a great couple of days and hope you all did too 🙂
So tomorrow is the big day of the Royal wedding and we thought we would join the nation in the celebration. Putting on our own Royal afternoon tea in the office along with some fun and games we had a great day.
We wish Prince Harry and Meghan all the best!
We were very happy to be able to donate a large amount of fabric to the Birmingham Playcare Network who will be passing the fabric out across schools in the area.
The fabric will be used for many things including making costumes for school plays, art projects and backing for children’s art display boards.
We are very happy to be able to make these kinds of contributions and will continue to work with organisations like BPCN in the future.
Looking for a corporate uniform to enhance your business image? Fancy making a change to your current corporate uniform? Then check out some of our great new garments…
Our business casual collection is a must have;
An 11 piece collection including chino trousers, chino skirt and tweed waistcoats. A stunning range for both men and women.
So its officially December and today we are opening door number 6 of our Keltic advent calenders. Well there’s no better way to start the day than with a little bit of chocolate 🙂
And of course it wouldn’t be Christmas if we didn’t partake in the office secret santa! This year we are picking themes out of box and are buying a gift that relates to this theme. We will then lay out all the gifts on the 21st and let the team have a good giggle once there gift is revealed. Don’t worry I will have the camera at the ready!
We hope you are all getting in to the festive mood too. Just remember its only 20 more sleeps until Christmas!!!
So on Friday 1st December it was that time again…the works Christmas party!
This year we went to the Ramada hotel in Wolverhampton for the Masquerade ball. We all got out our suits and gowns and popped on a mask to enjoy a night of lovely food, fab entertainment, drinks and most of all the Keltic teams company.
We danced the night away (some more than others) and had another amazing Christmas party.
We have been getting into the Christmas spirit early here at Keltic and decided we wanted to do something for the dogs at the local rescue centre. Rosedene rescue centre is run only by volunteers and receives no funding at all therefore depend on donations. With the dogs not having a forever home this Christmas we decided to pay a visit and donate some goodies to ensure they have some pressies at Christmas. Buster, a 2 year old staffy, was excited watching us unload the car.
As a team at Keltic we all worked together and brought in old blankets, towels and any doggy goodies we had lying around. We also spent money on getting the dogs lots of food and treats which I’m sure they will be very happy with.
I was lucky enough to take all the donations down to the rescue centre and see how much the donation means to them. As they are limited on volunteers i stayed and walked a dog which was so lovely. Abel, a white Staffordshire bull terrier, was such a pleasure to walk.
The staff at Keltic got into the fundraising for Children in Need by participating in the ‘time to get quackers’ duck race! We also put on a non uniform day.
The fundraising was a success and a lot of fun and we are happy to say we raised a total of £70.50.
As many of you know, at Keltic we like to give awards to school crossing patrol officers who have completed a considerable amount of years in the job. We recently reached out to the Lancashire region, asking for long-standing SCP’s to come forward. We were thrilled to come across Irene Reid, who has been a school crossing patrol officer in Lancashire for an amazing 48 years. Having recently been to present Irene with her award, here are a few extra words of congratulations, both from us and from Irene’s local council!