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Chorley team paints the town red to raise £350 for Comic Relief

19 March, 2015
Specsavers Chorley staff raised £350 for Red Nose Day
BACK: Paul Slater (Practice manager), Alicia Hardicker (Optical Assistant), Donna Sumner (Optical Assistant), Debbie Mullen (Assistant Manager) FRONT: Rizwana Essa (Optical Assistant), Zoe Hudson (Optical Assistant).

Dressed out in bright red comedy glasses with hair raising eyebrows and their iconic red noses, Chorley Specsavers team and customers were laughing it up as the store raised £350 for Red Nose Day.

Dressed to impress

Visitors to the Specsavers store in the Chapel Street followed in the footsteps of Gok Wan and made their faces funny for money with Specsavers’ official Red Nose Day glasses.

Donna Sumner, optical consultant at Specsavers Chorley, said: ‘As a team we thoroughly enjoyed making our faces funny for money in support of the great work that Comic Relief does and it was fantastic to see so many customers join in the fun!

Funny for money 

‘We certainly raised more than a few colourful smiles with staff dressed in their finest red outfits and comedy glasses. Thank you to everyone who came down and made all our events such a good giggle for a great cause.’

For a great cause

Specsavers in Chorley joined Specsavers stores nationwide to support Comic Relief to help poor and vulnerable people living tough lives both here in the UK and across Africa.

From painting their faces to donning the Specsavers funny specs millions of people up and down the country made their faces funny and raising life changing cash. The money raised through Red Nose Day, held on Friday 13th March, helps poor and vulnerable people living incredibly tough lives both here in the UK and across Africa.

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