SoleLution staff visit Portishead pupils

Cutouts were made of the pupil's feet and stuck on a roll of paper long enough to reach back to the

Cutouts were made of the pupil's feet and stuck on a roll of paper long enough to reach back to the shoe shop. - Credit: Archant

Staff from SoleLution popped into Portishead Primary School before children broke up for their Easter holiday, as part of a shoe-fitting marathon.

Cutouts were made of the pupil's feet and stuck on a roll of paper long enough to reach back to the

Cutouts were made of the pupil's feet and stuck on a roll of paper long enough to reach back to the shoe shop. - Credit: Archant

The children, as well as getting their feet measured, were able to make cutouts of their feet.

The footprints were then stuck on a piece of paper as the schoolchildren got creative with their work and saw how far it would stretch.


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