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  • Adaptive Underwear Collection

    Adaptive Underwear Collection

    High Street retail company Primark has launched a new collection of lingerie to help people who may have difficulty using ‘normal’ fastenings and fabrics. They say that each piece has been carefully co-designed with technical specialists, disability advocates and disabled people.

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  • A Really Smart Way To Help Out

    A Really Smart Way To Help Out

    A Sheffield charity which helps unemployed people to get dressed for success has opened its own online boutique of pre-loved clothing for sale to boost their income. The Suit Works support unemployed people of all ages who are trying to get into work by giving them a styling session, informal interview skills and free smart interview appropriate-clothing .

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