School uniform recycle scheme


We work with Citizens Advice Denbighshire to run a school uniform recycle scheme. Citizens Advice ran the scheme in 2017 and had over a 100 families use the service.

This is an opportunity for parents to donate any unwanted/outgrown uniforms in good condition so that it can be recycled and made available to other families for free or a donation at a recycle shop (donations will help cover the cost of washing the uniforms).

Which schools are involved?

The following schools are taking part in the scheme;


  • Frongoch County Primary School 
  • Ysgol Twm o'r Nant
  • Ysgol y Parc
  • Ysgol Trefnant
  • Ysgol Henllan
  • Ysgol Pendref
  • Denbigh High School
  • Ysgol Glan Clwyd


  • Ysgol Bodnant
  • Ysgol Melyd
  • Ysgol Penmorfa
  • Ysgol Clawdd Offa
  • Ysgol Hiraddug
  • Prestatyn High
  • Ysgol Y Llys


  • Ysgol y Faenol
  • Ysgol Llywelyn
  • Christ the Word Catholic School
  • Rhyl High School​
  • Ygsol Glan Clwyd
  • Ysgol Dewi Sant 


  • Ysgol Borthyn
  • Ysgol Penbarras
  • Rhos Street School
  • Ysgol Brynhyfryd

Where can I take unwanted/outgrown uniforms?

You can take unwanted/outgrown uniforms (for a school taking part in the scheme) to the following places;

School uniform recycle shops

Click a recycle shop below for more details including where they'll be.

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If you'd like to volunteer to help with sorting, repairing, washing or bagging the uniform or serving at a shop please email or phone: 01745 817 638