Rebecca Jenkins of our staff uniform department will be taking part in Race for Life this June raising funds for the great charity Cancer Research UK.
Wanting to give something back to the charity, Rebecca will be taking part in the event along with her family and little puppy Harley!
If you want to show your support and offer a sponsor, you can do so via this link http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/karens-girls, alternatively you can contact Rebecca for further information on 08450 66 66 99.
Keltic corporate clothing will be taking part in further charity events in the next coming months – watch this space for more news!
With Keltic, you can order 1 or 2 jackets here, a sign or a hat there – and receive next day delivery. With no minimum orders, you don’t need to keep any stock because we do it for you.
No need to plan ahead and order in bulk quantities any more as Keltic hold everything from our One Stop Lollipop Shop in stock for you.
This eliminates the problem of tying up your budget in dead stock, means you don’t have to wait weeks for your order to be delivered, and means you no longer need a storage space.
To receive a copy of our latest brochure, showing the largest range of school crossing patrol clothing in the UK, please call us on 08450666699.
Why is it that every time you need a school crossing patrol jacket, you don’t have the right size in stock?! Even though you have tons of every other size! Or you thought you had a few hats left in stock, but you were wrong, and now you need one urgently?
With Keltic’s One Stop Lollipop Shop, there’s no need to worry because we hold everything in stock for next day delivery.
There’s no minimum order, so you can pick’n’mix and order 1 or 2 jackets, a sign, a hat, whatever you need, and have it delivered next day. This means you don’t need to hold stock, saving space and money, and you don’t have to plan ahead and guess what sizes you may need in future. You can even order a full kit for a new starter and receive it in 24 hours! Just call us for further information.
Having recently supplied a full warden uniform order for Neath Port Talbot, we were delighted to receive great feedback and photos of the guys in their new gear.
Moving away from their black warden uniforms of previous years, their brand new warden uniforms are having a great impact.
“The feedback that I have had from the staff, now that they have been wearing the enforcement uniform a couple of months is really good they are all very happy with the quality of the kit. The coats and Strider boots in particular are very impressive. We have also had some positive feedback from the public in that we are more visible now we have moved away from a mainly black warden uniform”
For further information on our enforcement uniforms, or if you would like to share photos of your staff in a new uniform supplied by us, then call Vicki on 01922 616 999.
Superior Stop Jacket
The face of the service is our patrollers, and our Superior Stop Jacket with its distinctive prismatic reflective tape can now be seen in towns and cities throughout the UK. The general public are even remarking on how smart and bright the new uniform is!
As well as being extremely smart, Reflexite prismatic tape can be seen up to 7 times further away than the standard (glass bead) tape.
For further information or a sample please call me on 08450 66 66 99.
Congratulations to Helena Moran who recently competed in the 6 mile run for the charity Sport Relief at a fantastic time of just under an hour!
The 6 mile trek was based at the University of Wolverhampton Walsall campus on a very sunny afternoon. Helena raised an amazing £195.11 for the great cause and is already planning on her next charity event.
Watch this space for even more events coming up and opportunities to offer further sponsors and support.
Corporate Wear Blouses for Summer
Weather forecasts predict that this week we are in for a scorcher so why not enjoy the sunny weather with our brand new corporate wear blouses ideal for summer wear.
Just brought out this month, we have a brand new range of corporate wear blouses in summer stripes and prints in light summer pastel shades. As featured in our latest flyer, our new ranges are great to incorporate into existing corporatewear uniforms and look great with a fitted pencil skirt or trouser.
All blouses are available in sizes 6 – 26 and come in a variety of colours and styles suitable for all shapes and sizes.
For a closer look, request samples with free of charge collection and delivery – just call our Corporate Wear team on 01922 70 99 22.
This wet weather is still bringing us all down; we feel hard working road safety professionals need a hot coffee and slice of cake as a pick me up.
That’s why this coming week – week commencing 14/05/2012, the first 10 RSGB newsfeed subscribers to call Louise Bennett on 08450 66 66 99 can have a Costa coffee and cake on us!
Go on, you deserve it! Call Louise Bennett on 08450 66 66 99.
You have to feel sympathy for the poor school crossing patrol warden with all this terrible wet weather. They have certainly had a lot of weather conditions thrown at them recently with all the wind, hail and rain. Wearing poor quality jackets can often mean that they have only just dried out when they have to go out again in soggy uniforms for the afternoon rush.
Luckily here at Keltic our full range of School Crossing Patrol jackets are made to protect your staff in all weathers. Our Superior STOP jackets are eight times more waterproof than the highest European standard. They even have drop-tail backs to avoid wet-bum syndrome from when cars go by and splash puddles upwards!
We are so confident that you will love our SCP jackets as much as we do that for one week only we are offering a free sample of our school crossing patrol wet weather gear for the first 20 Road Safety GB Newsfeed subscribers to call Louise Bennett on 08450 66 66 99.
Vicki Whitbrook braved the weather last Sunday to compete in her first ever road marathon and completed it in just under 4hours in the worst weather conditions possible! She completed the first half of the marathon in an hour and a half but the cold soon took its toll!
Vicki before her race
She mentions this as being a ‘tough guy marathon’ having to compete against hale, rain, flooding up to her knees in parts and ferocious winds! Even main athletes were half hour over target due to the awful conditions.
However hard it was, the run was definitely worth it, there is no way for preparing for those conditions it’s just mind over matter the whole way. The run was a huge achievement for Vicki and she raised an amazing £300 with the amount still rising!
The final Sprint
We would all like to say congratulations for her success and we are very proud of her for battling on and completing the marathon in such a fantastic time. Well Done!!!