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Fold Clothing Pledges Donation to Mowbray School
A brand new designer menswear shop has marked its arrival in Bedale by pledging a donation to local Mowbray school.
Fold Clothing on Bridge Street are holding an open day on Saturday 30th August and to mark its launch they will be donating £5 from every item sold on the day directly to Mowbray School, and as an added incentive to visit the store it is also having an opening sale with up to 50% off all stock.
Mark Shepherd from Fold Clothing said “ As a new business here in Bedale we want to invite all members of the community to come to our launch party. We are really looking forwards to meeting local people and becoming an established part of the community, Bedale is a thriving town and we are excited to be here.”
Fold Clothing was established in 2007 with a store in Newton Aycliffe. Stocking designer brands including French Connection, Fly 53, Farah Vintage, Peter Werth, Nicholas Deakin, Weekend Offender, Bellfield and many more. The business has gone from strength to strength and they have now expanded with a second store in Bedale.
As part of owner Mark’s business portfolio he also runs Outreach north which is the North Yorkshire approved provider of "short breaks" for disabled children, young people, adults and their families through North Yorkshire delivering tailored support packages after school, weekends and school holidays.. “Having worked with Mowbray school through our Outreach North program we see what amazing work they do and we were delighted to choose Mowbray School as the beneficaries of our open day”.
Mowbray school educates children aged three to sixteen and caters for children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs and is located in Bedale.
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