Marston Robing has provided graduation gowns, robes, caps and hoods for ceremonies at all levels of academic achievement and in many different locations across the world.
Although our usual business of helping Institutions run Graduation and Ceremonial events has been on hold due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have been working hard with our clients and customers to be able to offer our products and services directly; we are excited to look ahead to what may be a very busy year for events in 2021 and we look forward to welcoming Graduates from the 2020 and 2021 cohorts to our events.
If you were due to graduate this year but have been your graduation has been postponed or cancelled, we offer the option to hire or buy your graduation gown for use at home; you can then also wear it to attend a future event as well!
If you have a friend or family member who was due to graduate but has been unable to have a ceremony, then why not plan a home celebration to mark their achievement! Our staff have a deep and diverse experience of many decades at Universities, Colleges, Institutes and many other educational establishments in dressing students at this important moment in their life.
Our capabilities include robing dozens, hundreds or even thousands of graduate students over one day or many days in formal set-piece ceremonies and events. We provide individual graduation gowns for hire to those who have missed their graduation ceremony and want to celebrate with friends and family, or to have formal photographs taken for posterity.
We also welcome faith based institutions, offering church gowns and choir robes for hire. We have a long and happy track record of working with churches of many denominations and are keen to work with more organisations, whatever their faith. In many ways this represents a return to the roots of the graduation process from 700 or more years ago.
There are many other reasons for hiring academic gowns and robes, and we think we have covered them all in our time: these include Stage, Film and TV Productions for schools, groups and major networks; Choirs, whether formal or for fun: common interest groups including Club award ceremonies: and more.