Children should be safer on dark nights thanks to donation from opticians (From Redditch Advertiser)
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Children should be safer on dark nights thanks to donation from opticians
4:30pm Wednesday 24th October 2012 in News
SCHOOL children from Harry Taylor First School should now be seen more clearly thanks to a donation by a local opticians.
Specsavers in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch, visited Harry Taylor First School to hand out 60 high visibility jackets to the pupils.
Dispensing optician Craig Evans and Brett Whilton, optical advisor, also spoke to the reception year children about the importance of having their eyes tested and set up a pretend opticians, showing the children some of the equipment which is used in the store.
Specsavers Redditch store director, Ian Bower, said: “Now the darker nights and mornings are here, we wanted to do our bit to help ensure pupils walking to and from school and out on visits, could be seen more clearly.”
For more information please visit Specsavers at 13 New Walk, Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4YP, call 01527 595558 or see specsavers.co.uk/redditch.