Second-Hand Uniform

The PA runs a second-hand uniform service selling items at various PA events throughout the year. Requests outside of these events can be made [email protected]

A list of the types of items available, and prices, is included below:

Guide Price List for Second-hand MGS Uniform

  1. Good to Excellent Quality - no rips, tears, holes, marks or fading etc. = 50% or less off New Price
  2. Reasonable Quality - may be old and shows signs of wear and washing e.g. slight fading or may have very small marks = 75% or less off New Price.
  3. Poor Quality – Old or badly faded or marked in anyway.  Anything which could be used as a spare in an emergency = 90% + off New Price or Free.

Secondhand Uniform inventory Sept 16

    Item

    A

    B

    C

    Blazer (any)

    £18

    £9

    £3

    Scarf

    £13

    £6

    £2

    Tie (State House)

    £2

    £1

    Free

    White Shirt

    £5

    £2

    £1

    Black Jumper

    £8

    £4

    £2

    Black Trousers (all)

    £7

    £3

    £1

    Black Fleece Jacket

    £12

    £6

    £2

    Navy Apron

    £3

    £2

    £1

    Football boots

    £10

    £5

    £2

    White Trainers

    £10

    £5

    £2

    Cricket Shirt

    £10

    £5

    £2

    Baselayer (‘Skin’)

    £10

    £5

    £1

    Tack Top

    £15

    £7

    £3

    Track Trousers

    £10

    £5

    £2

    Hooded Sweatshirt

    £10

    £5

    £2

    Rugby Shirt

    £11

    £6

    £3

    PE Tops (State House)

    £10

    £5

    £2

    Navy Sports Shorts

    £6

    £3

    £1

    Rugby Socks

    £3

    £2

    £1/Free

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