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“Dressed to impress” – Stick and Ribbon

On Friday 10th November, Notts County Football in the Community were proud to recruit Stick and Ribbon Boutique Clothing to their ever growing Community Partnership initiative.

Stick and Ribbon FITC Community Partner
"Girls just wanna have fun" - Sally and FITC volunteers model Stick and Ribbon's autumn/winter range.

Following on from the hugely successful first ever FITC Ladies Night, Sally Longden, owner of Stick and Ribbon spoke with excitement after signing the 12-month Community Partnership; “To work with Football in the Community is a fantastic chance to increase our brand exposure within the city in non-conventional ways” explained Sally. “Like many organisations, we were unaware of the work Football in the Community do until I spoke to James Bromley. His passion for the charity along with the success of the Ladies Night in which we modelled our latest range, helped me make the decision that we would love to support the charity in the future.”

Based in the heart of Nottingham’s city centre, Stick & Ribbon Boutique are an independent ladies clothing boutique, offering ladies and shoppers of the city something a little bit different. As well as their extensive range of business, casual and evening clothing, their friendly team of colour and style analysists offer selection that perfectly complement each individual client. Winners of Retail & Services Sector in Nottingham’s best independent competition 2016, Stick and Ribbon offer tailoring services and group style consultations, offering customers a unique and tailored service in a creative setting.

Stick and Ribbon FITC Community Partner
"Dressed to impressed" - Stick and Ribbon owner, Sally Longden, is looking forward to working with Partnership and Events Executive, James Bromley, in the new year.

James Bromley, Notts County Football in the Community Partnership and Events Executive is looking forward to the next 12-months working with his newly acquired Community Partner; “To have Stick and Ribbon on board is fantastic. We are starting to build a portfolio of organisations with various skills and expertise who can mutually benefit from becoming a partner. There are some marvellously creative businesses and individuals in the city and we hope more people express an interest in the work we do for years to come.”

If you would like to find out how you can support FITC or become a community partner like Stick and Ribbon, please contact James Bromley on 0115 955 7215 or email jb@nottscountyfitc.org.uk.