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Alloa donates high visibility vests to local primary school

07 July, 2016
Alloa donates high visibility vests to local primary school
Tillicoutry Primary School pupils Rebecca McSweeney and Harry Moore with Morgan Longmuir from Specsavers in Alloa

The Alloa opticians is helping to keep local children safer by donating high visibility vests to Tillicoultry Primary School. 

Staying safer on the streets
The 110 vests from Specsavers in Alloa will be used to ensure the school’s pupils are easy to spot during trips and is part of the store’s ongoing commitment to help local children stay safer on the streets.

Retail director at Specsavers in Alloa, Lynne Sangster is pleased to have been able to supply Tillicoultry Primary School with vests: ‘We are continually looking for ways to give back to the local community and were only too happy to help when the school got in touch. A member of staff visited the school to hand over the vests and also chat to pupils about the importance of regular eye checks.’

Mrs Linda Coutts, head teacher at Tillicoultry Primary School was delighted with the gift: ‘We’d like to thank Specsavers in Alloa for kindly donating the high visibility vests. They are fantastic and we’ll get loads of use out of them throughout the year.’

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