For the month of April we are offering customers the opportunity to discretely deposit any unloved suit in complete anonymity. It’s our job to know the difference between a good suit and a bad suit but we hereby swear not to laugh, embarrass, ridicule or scorn. In fact, quite the opposite. In return for your ‘trade-in’ we will pay £100 towards a beautifully tailored bespoke suit to replace the aforementioned item. And not only that. Any suits that are not particularly embarrassing or worn out will be brushed down, pressed and handed to the charity Suited for Success in response to their need for work attire for their unemployed and homeless clients. To recap - • You give us the suit you don’t want. • We give you £100 off a beautiful replacement. • Your unwanted item may then help someone else in greater need. • We all win. Give…
28 Mar 2018
Police Weapon Amnesty
A limited period during which the police encourage people to give up illegal weapons including firearms and ammunition.
During an amnesty people hand in weapons at police stations without fear of prosecution for possession.
£100 Norton & Townsend Suit Amnesty
A limited period during which tailors encourage people to give up ill-fitting or embarrassing articles including suits and jackets.
During an amnesty customers hand in their clothing without fear of ridicule – and the bonus of £100 discount.