Company offers free table cloths to schools and charities

PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 September 2018

Schools and charities offered free tablecloth

Schools and charities are being offered free child friendly table cloths by a Clyst St Mary company.

Jolee Fabrics, based in Unit 5 Bishops Court Gardens, Clyst St Mary, is one of the largest sellers of oilcloth, wipe clean tablecloths and cotton fabrics in the UK.

To make way for all of its Christmas stock, the company is clearing shelf space and has quite a lot of wipe clean tablecloth roll ends to clear.

Most are ideal for children’s tables, small tables or for craft projects as the fabrics are great for making things out of, such as shopping bags, pencil cases or even iPhone covers.

Jolee Fabrics are keen to give their excess stock to local schools or charities, anybody interested must be able to collect from their premises in Bishops Court Gardens Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

For further details either call Jolee Fabrics on 01392 444208 or email: lee@joleetablecloths.co.uk

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