Our Partnerships

At Price & Buckland we work closely with a number of independent organisations, in a variety of ways.

This enriches our overall offer and commitment to producing quality schoolwear, as well as the positive impact it has on the achievements of those who wear it.


Youth Sport Trust

Youth-sports-trust-logoThe Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity, devoted to changing young people’s lives through sport. Established in 1994, they are passionate about helping young people to achieve their full potential in life, by delivering high quality physical education and sporting opportunities.

Price & Buckland have been working closely with the Youth Sports Trust since 2013, and we are delighted to not only be a preferred supplier, but also the Trusts official staff kit supplier. We take great pride in seeing all YST officials kitted out in our top quality PB Sport attire.

This relationship highlights the quality and performance of our garments and technical fabrics, as well as our commitment to keeping kids active; getting as many young people into sport, whilst ensuring they look and feel the part.


British Wheelchair Basketball

wheelchair basketball logoPB Sport is proud to be working with British Wheelchair Basketball (BWB) as official kit suppliers to all of their officials. Through our partnerships with the Youth Sport Trust, we were approached by BWB and won a tender to create a bespoke sportswear kit, including a matching polo shirt, hoodie, T-shirt and tracksuit top.

“British Wheelchair Basketball is excited to be working with PBSport in providing all our officials with a high quality kit that is practical, professional and affordable. With more officials involved than ever before, we look forward to continuing to work with PBSport on their uniform and leisurewear.”
Jason Brightman, Head of Commercial, Youth Sport Direct


The Schoolwear Association

schoolwear-associationThe Schoolwear Association promotes the benefits of school specific uniform to schools, students and parents. They believe that a distinctive uniform aids a sense of belonging and is good for security in and out of school.

Students who wear school specific uniform are said to behave better, have better attendance and potentially achieve more academically. These values very much reflect our own, and to be a member of an association which drives lobbying activity through the Fashion & Textile APPG in Westminster is highly beneficial.