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NEW SALFORD STAR HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS AVAILABLE
 

Star date: 15th October 2017

BRAND NEW SALFORD STAR HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS IN STOCK

The Salford Star's new range of black hoodies, and black or white sweatshirts, are now available, priced £25 and £20, with every penny of profit going towards keeping the Salford Star alive and kicking.

Get one now!

Full details here...


Salford Star White Sweatshirt Salford Star Hoodie Salford Star White Sweatshirt
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As winter rolls forward, get the new Salford Star line of hoodies and sweatshirts complete with bold design and soft, but pleasingly thick quality materials by the AWDis brand.

Hoodies come in black only, in sizes Medium, Large and Extra Large, although XXL can be ordered. These cost £25 and can be delivered free within central Salford, or add £4 for p&p.

Sweatshirts come in white or black in sizes Medium, Large and Extra Large, although XXL can be ordered. These cost £20 and can be delivered free within central Salford, or add £4 for p&p.

To order just drop us an email info@salfordstar.com or see our Shop on the website

Text 07957 982960 or drop us a message on our Facebook site Salford Star – click here 

Also available via Deli Lama café bar on Bexley Square

Every penny raised goes towards helping the Salford Star to keep going. We get no funding from anywhere...


Thanks to our models Alex and Gareth

Photography by Gareth Lyons

Em3 wrote
at 05:03:49 on 27 October 2017
Whoopee - pressies for friends and family. cu at DeliLama
 
hedley hopper fashionista and political commentator wrote
at 18:24:16 on 17 October 2017
OOOH Dead Trend-dee and Bang On!!! Matron wouldn't allow me to wear one around Salford Maximum Security Twilight Home in case I inflame revolution and SHE thinks she's got fashion sense too!!! If I could afford it on my capped benefits, pension and scooter repayments, I'd buy Salford Council's own trend-setting councillor Merry one an Hoodie; at least he would fit in better!!! Don't just be a reader of Salford Star, proclaim the Salford Star and be a Salford Star!! (Note for Editor: Large size please for advertising!!! LOL)
 
Alice wrote
at 17:37:42 on 16 October 2017
They are pretty impressive. I know as I have felt the texture and admired the boldness of the logo. If you are proud of Salford and read the Star then I would encourage you to buy. They could be the next fashion gear for 'out of school' , going to uni or just strolling around the Precinct. This would be very warm fund raising!
 
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