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Richard UnionKilts
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Hello, All

I am sure many here have bought a UnionKilt over the years, however, after nearly 20 years I am retiring due to Ill health and other commitments.
I am no longer able to offer any new bespoke orders or any replacement stock I am selling off all remaining stock and will cease trading at the end of March 2020.
You will find a good bargain on the website www.unionkilts.com limited sizes available so grab a bargain while you can.

Unionkilts.com is up for sale if there are any interested parties please get in touch sales@unionkilts.com. this includes URL, Website, and Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/unionkilts.

I thank all of which are customers here and if you have any questions, please ask
Regards all
Richard
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I'm saddened to heat the news Richard, and I hope things will get better for you.

Best of luck in your future!
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Hi Richard,

So sorry to hear you are closing.

I have taken the chance to buy 2 kilts from you tonight.

I wish you all the best.
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I am sorry to hear this. I wish you good luck.
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I wish you success in finding a buyer, Richard. I have a blue denim Union Kilt hanging in my wardrobe, and it continues to serve me well on occasion. The kilt belt is a fine item too, it's buckle draws admiring comments. And they can both be read as a political statement these days, up here in Scotland!
Keep on skirting,

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Thanks All for the Kind words.
If anyone would like to place any orders be aware that orders will be shipped the following weekend.
Regards all
Richard
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Thanks Richard. I ordered a kilt today, but in view of the possible demise, I'll probably go back and order some other stuff in the next few days. I came today as a first time customer to order a kilt, based on positive reviews from members here, so let us hope you find a buyer to help this excellent business continue trading.
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Then again, maybe not! all my sizes gone, including the Hill Walking kilt, which I thought about ordering a while back but never got around to it!

Ah well, I hope you are able to enjoy retirement despite health problems.

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First of all, I wish you the best :!:
Second, I'ld like to order one of your kilts but none are large enough for me.
Also, do you ship to the U.S.A. :?:

Thanks!

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