Bristol Uniforms Limited

The story of Bristol Uniforms began in 1801, when a small retail clothier, John Gardiner, set up a business in Union Street in Bristol. By the 1850s his company, Wathen Gardiner, was exporting ready-made clothing to the West Indies and Australasia, and by 1899 it had moved to a brand new factory in Staple Hill: the same site for our factory today, although at the time it was a semi-rural greenfield area.

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