Beat the big freeze across Angus with Barnardo’s shops

Carol Robertson with some winter woollies.
Carol Robertson with some winter woollies.

With temperatures plunging below zero, Barnardo’s Scotland shops are putting out their winter woollies to keep the community warm and toasty without breaking the bank, in their stores in Arbroath, Montrose and Dundee.

The children’s charity is predicting a surge in demand for winter clothing as the season finally changes with men’s, women’s and children’s winter clothing being snapped up by bargain-hungry shoppers. As such they have put together a fantastic range of winter clothing to suit all tastes.

Carol Robertson, Retail Area Business Manager for Angus and Dundee, said: “Our shops are a great place to find everything you need as the mercury drops, especially winter woollies, coats, jumpers, gloves, scarves and hats which will fly off the shelves as we all swap our wardrobes over.”

Carol also added: “As well as encouraging shoppers to come in and see our winter range, we are also appealing to the community to raid their cupboards and wardrobes to help replenish our stocks. We’re particularly in need of men’s winter woollies and jackets.

All profits raised in your local Barnardo’s Scotland shops are used to help transform the lives of Scotland’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people.