The Uniform Project launches its summer appeal

21st July 2018

The school year is ending and so the Uniform Project, run by the Morecambe Bay Foodbank is gearing up for a big uniform drive over the summer holidays to collect and re-distribute uniform to children in need of it before the new school year in September.

The Uniform Project is working in partnership with Lancaster City Council and collection bins will be in place at Lancaster Town Hall, Morecambe Town Hall, Salt Ayre Leisure Centre and in Preston Town Hall over the summer holiday.

The project is looking for clean, gently used and undamaged school uniform of all kinds for children aged 4-16, including winter coats and shoes.

There are also Uniform drives taking place in various schools this week including Torrisholme School and Bowerham School and also at Lancaster University’s Environment Centre.

If you would like to get involved with the Uniform Project or you would like to donate time, money or uniform and have any questions you can reach us by email at or you can find us on Facebook at

The items that we need are as follows:

  • Summer dresses
  • Winter pinafores in grey or black
  • White polo shirts in good condition
  • White secondary school shirts in good condition
  • Trousers (grey or black) and Black PE shorts for all ages
  • Gently used winter coats, all ages
  • Gently used school shoes and football boots
  • New underwear, vests, socks and tights
  • Sweatshirts and Cardigans (with or without logos)
  • Local blazers / logo’d items for Central High School, Ripley, LGGS, LRGS, Morecambe High School, Carnforth High School and Heysham High School

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