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Its that time of year again where Race for Life springs up across the country for hundreds of women to take part and raise money for Cancer Reseach, the great charity that works towards defeating cancer once and for all!
Over the weekend I took part in the local Walsall Arboretum 5K event, completing this with my Zumba team and my mom! Together we raised nearly £200!
Watch this space for ‘Keltic Kadets’ taking part in June. Sponsor information and links to follow shortly so get ready to donate!
New doors are opening at Keltic. We are very excited to announce we shall be attending our first ever exhibition for funeral wear. The National Funeral Exhibition is a respected global platform for the funeral profession and the largest trade show for the sector in the United Kingdom. We have plenty of ideas up our sleeves to make the most of this great opportunity.
Yes! FINALLY it looks like Summer has arrived! Are you prepared for the heat? You don’t want to be getting flustered in your winter clothing, do you? Especially not when you’re on the move. Well, no need to worry because – perfect timing – our brand new Summer Cycle Jacket will soon be in stock! Continue reading
It is a great year to celebrate the School Crossing Patrol Service as it is their 60th Anniversary this year. In honour of this, Keltic Clothing have launched a competition for the best pictures of your celebrations. The winner will receive a bottle of champagne to help with the celebrations.
Westminster Council certainly look like they had a great time. They celebrated with a Stop Sign cake and edible Stop Sign lollipops. They even got a lovely cut glass gift. The Mayor joined in with celebrations along with two of the councils longest serving SCP’s. The gentleman on the left of the picture below has done 33 years service and the lady in the middle has done 15 years service.
Peter Wilson – Westminster Council , also had a limited edition postcard made as an extra treat for his hard working staff. Peter Wilson said the following about the limited addition post cards
“I found this as I collect cartoons specifically Giles and Larry and it was in a book of Punch cartoons ‘Motoring through Punch1900 to 1970’ put together for the Ford motor company to give to franchised garage owners. His widow gave me permission to reproduce a limited print run which could not be for sale.”
Terence “Larry” Parkes (November 19, 1927 – June 25, 2003) was a popular cartoonist from the UK. His work, consisting largely of single drawings featuring an absurdist view of normal life, was published in many magazines and newspapers, particularly Punch and Private Eye. The pen name under which he worked was apparently inspired by the actor Larry Parks.
If you want to show off your pictures of your 60th Anniversary celebrations, please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org , along with a few words about what took place. Thank You
We supply School Crossing Patrol Wear to councils up and down the country. It’s become apparent to me, after speaking to so many of you over recent weeks, that you’ve got big celebrations in mind for the 60th Anniversary of the School Crossing Patrol! I have decided, therefore, to put pictures of all your celebrations in a dedicated blog post, so that everyone can share the day with each other!
A nice fun story for the week, we are happy to welcome back a certain Mr. Bones the lovely Keltic mascot who has made another surprise visit in the office.
We’ve all had the pleasure of looking after David’s companion over the past few weeks, giving him plenty of walks and hugs.
We couldn’t resist taking a few pictures and sharing this little cutey on the blog!
Blurry eyed but still standing, we all managed to survive our wild Vegas night which lasted into the early hours of the morning and as promised we have a treat of lovely photos.
We all had a fantastic time and would like to thank John and David for the lovely gesture. It was certainly one to remember particularly a certain Mr. Lines on the dance floor throwing some shapes.
What’s next? Secret Santa watch this space!
Keltic Clothing would like to introduce our brand new Winter Cycle Jacket. It is Lightweight, breathable and waterproof. It not only protects you from the wet winter weather, it also keeps you safe on the roads. This is because our cycle jacket conforms to EN471 Class 3.
Each country within the EU passes legislation determining where garments to this standard should be worn. The UK’S New Roads and Street Works act (1991) stipulates that all staff working on roads must wear EN471 Class 2 or Class 3 clothing, and that EN471 Class 3 must be worn by staff working on roads with a 50 mph speed limit and above.
In addition to EN471, there are a number of other local regulations that are applicable to certain situations and which may be of relevance. The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, relates to those working on local authority roads. The acts’ code of practice, formerly called the “Blue Book” now called the “Red Book” came into effect Feb 2002. It is advised that garments should comply with clause 4.2.3 (b) of EN471 (two 50mm bands and braces).
Keltic Clothing would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you that came over to see us on our stand at the exhibition this week. The Speakers at the conference were fantastic. The food at the dinner was delicious – hats off to the chef!
We couldn’t believe what a lovely location the conference was held at. There was a lovely atmosphere at the Exhibition and it was so nice to eventually put faces to all of you Serena and I have spoken to so often on the phone.
It was very exciting for us this year as we’ve had a lot of new things going on at Keltic this year and it was great to finally showcase some of our school crossing patrol clothing products. I hope you all got to see our new Stop Glove, cycle jacket and Road Safety Education resources. Samples are available on request.
A big Congratulations to Alan Kennedy (chair of Road Safety GB) from Durham County Council for winning our Business Card Competition! He went home with a lovely bottle of Champagne.
To celebrate the launch of our winter stop gloves Keltic Clothing would like to offer a 10% Discount for all School Crossing Patrol uniform orders placed on Monday the 5th of November.
We feel that the STOP glove is a fantastic addition to our range and we hope you all feel the same. It is waterproof, breathable, warm and highly visible. All the main things you would need in a school crossing patrol glove.
Many councils have already been in contact about these gloves. So if you would like to sample a piece of exclusive hi viz clothing please give me a call on 08450 66 66 99 or email me email@example.com