SUPPORT: John Culbert (centre, right) with charm organisers, l-r, Pat O'Rourke, Angela Feeney and Alan Clinch.
The generosity of Scots is known around the world, and a charity contribution created by a Motherwell-based kilt producer is sure to blend further patriotic pleasure.
Glenisla Kilts features paid more than 200 clothes into the Wishaw to Calais charm, create to distribute help among refugees stranded within French slot town.
As reported inside days & Speaker, the campaign quickly evolved from a three-person mission to a country-wide operation with contributions of clothing, toiletries also essential products flooding in from around Scotland.
And after mastering of the task into the circumstances, Glenisla Kilts - whoever considerable customer portfolio includes The Royal Regiment of Scotland - donated a range of kilts and dresses in a number of sizes.
Handling manager John Culbert said: “We had the clothes left as samples and more than makes for some high-end clients.
“The estimated worth is £4, 000, nevertheless the price does not matter. It’s just great to see all of them planning to great usage and we’re only also thrilled to help.
“Our little bit had been effortless - the volunteers are the ones doing all work.”
The appeal got a further boost after North Lanarkshire Council provided making use of a warehouse in Bellshill for storage space, along with lending volunteers three vans to be utilized when you look at the convoy which departs on October 16.