English Heritage Increase Public Presence With New High Visibility Clothing from Workwear Express

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Durham based Workwear Express have linked up with public body English Heritage to provide them with a number of workwear garments.

Hi-Viz Jackets Supplied By Workwear Express

We are delighted to work with English Heritage in providing a number of garments to help strengthen their on-going aim of protecting landmarks that make up a vital part of this country’s history.

Leading uniform and apparel suppliers, Workwear Express, has worked with English Heritage to provide them with a number of high visibility jackets.

The company, based in the North East, supplied the non-departmental public body with a range of high-visibility jackets to be worn by staff when carrying out various daily tasks.

English Heritage, sponsored by the Department of Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS), was originally set up as part of the National Heritage Act in 1983 and works to preserve and maintain a number of buildings, landmarks and monuments throughout England. Some of the key historical buildings and landmarks preserved by English Heritage include Stonehenge, Wellington Arch and Barnard Castle. In total they protect in excess of 400 historical and archaeological sites.

Workwear Express’ in-house team worked with English Heritage to help develop high-visibility jackets that were not only professional but practical, allowing them to easily complete their tasks while being clearly identifiable to the public. Each of the garments contained personalisation in the form of the English Heritage logo and a slogan that was printed on to the front and rear of the garments using our professional screen printing facilities, all carried out by Workwear Express’ experienced artwork and print team.

Workwear Express Managing Director, Andrew Ward, said: “We are delighted to work with English Heritage in providing a number of garments to help strengthen their on-going aim of protecting landmarks that make up a vital part of this country’s history.”

English Heritage are just another one of the high profile clients Workwear Express has worked with, having provided workwear and apparel for the likes of Greggs, Aston Martin, NHS, HMV, Nokia and John Lewis in the past.

Workwear Express are a workwear, uniforms and promotional clothing supplier based in Durham. First opening in 1990, the company has grown to become one of the leading workwear suppliers in the UK, offering more than 6000 products to over 13,000 customers.

For more information, please contact Workwear Express on 0800 028 5867 or click here.

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