GB Crest Embroidery (Send your second hand tunics to GBHQ to be embroidered)
GB Crest Embroidery (Send your second hand tunics to GBHQ to be embroidered)

GB Crest Embroidery (Send your second hand tunics to GBHQ to be embroidered)

CODE: 190017

£2.50

In Stock

Total price: £2.50

Details

All our GBNI tunics are now embroidered with the GB crest. We are aware that some companies recycle second hand tunics most with a sewn on tunic badge. To make no difference between the girls' with new tunics or second hand tunics we are now able to embroider the GB crest onto second hand tunics. Give them a new look with the GB Crest embroidery to make them look like new!  Please note this service is for second hand tunics. Send your tunics to GBHQ marked clearly with the order number. Please allow 2/3 weeks for return.   Send now so you have them back in plenty of time before your enrolment!  Please note this service is accessible by GB leaders only and not for parents. Drop a copy of your order confirmation in the package to identify them and ensure you get the correct tunics back again!   

If you require any further information please phone customer service on 028 9454 8054.

Delivery, In-store pickup & Returns

Orders received will be processed by GBNI during the office hours 9.30 am – 5.00 pm Monday to Friday. This excludes NI bank and public holidays. Goods will normally be dispatched within 3 working days however please allow a further 3 working days for delivery. At peak times of the year delivery may take up to 14 days.


All items will be dispatched by Royal Mail Postal Services/Courier or instore pickup is available. Once notification of a packed or complete order is received by email your order is ready for collection.

Please click here for further information on delivery charges.

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, or if you order a garment that proves to be the wrong size, simply return it to us within 40 days of receipt. GBNI will be happy to provide you with an exchange or full refund. This does not affect your statutory rights.