For school wear mum says go to Gault’s - they keep the right stuff!

It’s confirmed, Robert H. Gault’s of Ballymoney are the only stockist of quality schoolwear at discounted prices in town.

Monday, 20th August 2012, 10:02 am

With the first day of term fast approaching, be sure to make the Ballymoney store your first stop for back to school quality clothing.

Situated at 26-28 Church Street, the only approved and official local stockist now has more stock than ever before and their team of warm, friendly and dedicated staff, who are only to happy to help, will ensure you leave the store with everything you need.

Official and approved stockists this year for the Kilmoyle Primary School and the Leany Primary School, Gault’s also supply uniforms for Dalriada Prep, Ballymoney High, Our Lady of Lourdes, Ballycastle High, Dunluce, Lislagan, Balnamore, Culcrow, Landhead, Ballymoney Model Garryduff Primary Schools.

Also, compulsory for Dalriada pupils is a blazer, with a fitted option for girls. Gault’s also stock sport shirts for Ballymoney High and Our Lady of Lourdes.

However that’s not all, they also stock complete ranges of PE gear, as well as anything any pupil may need for school and home work including a wide range of Canterbury Backpacks and laptop bags offering superior quantity, quality and all at competitive prices.

Schools coats and scarves are also available all year round making sure your child is ready for September what ever the weather.

Jonathan Gault, Store Manager explained: “Our customers want value without skimping on quality and at Gault’s they get both in abundance.”

Gault’s unique back to school club is now open, making it easier and affordable to select a uniform. The store is open six days a week and over lunch time to.

So why not take advantage of the great deals being offered at Gault’s and make sure your pockets feel the benefit of a great quality uniform.

However don’t just take our word for it, here’s some valued customers comments: “My daughter had the same school sweater for the last four years, the only reason she got a new one was because she had outgrown the old one, which still looks good a new.” “My son got three years out of his school blazer that I bought at Gault’s.”

See you there!