• The Uniform Shop

THE UNIFORM SHOP

UNIFORM CHANGES 2018

GRADE 1 - 3

The Uniform Shop is the sole supplier of Marist Brothers Linmeyer school uniforms and endeavours to offer the best quality at reasonable prices. You can also purchase a wide range of stationery, hair accessories and footwear. The services that we offer include: tailoring, name labels for clothing and stationery and embroidery of names on items such as: kitbags, towels, clothing etc.

Other items that we stock include Totem Orthopaedic school bags, shorts, girls’ pants and skirts, Second Skins swimming costumes, cricket kit and accessories.

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LATEST UNIFORM SHOP PRICE LIST (PRICES AS AT FEBRUARY 2015)

Trading Hours

Normal weekday trading hours are from 07h00 - 15h00, closed for lunch between 12h00 and 12h30.

Saturday 30 October 2017
Open from 09h00 - 12h30

Saturday 18 November 2017 - Saturday 25 September 2017 and 02 December 2017
Open from 09h00 - 12h30

Wednesday 06 December 2017
Open from 07h00 - 09h00

Thursday 07 December 2017 - Saturday 09 December 2017
Open from 08h00 till 13h00

January 2018
Shop will reopen on the 4th till the 6th from 08h00 till 15h00 and from the 8th normal shop hours apply 07h00 till 15h00.

Please note:
Credit is not offered at the Uniform Shop.
Goods can be paid for either by cash, card or EFT.
Kindly note: There will be no refund or exchange on costumes, socks or swimming caps.

A 6 week lead time is required should you place a ‘special order’ for bigger, longer sizes.
Embroidery on items is available within 10 working days.

Contact Us

Uniform Shop: 082 798 4406
Karen:
082 416 8209
Email: admin@theuniformshop.co.za

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