Colour run fun
Two opticians from Kidderminster Specsavers raised £250 for Sight Concern.
Running for a cause
Store manager Rachel Taylor and optician Harpreet Sheergill took part in a colour run on Saturday 4 July and went on to raise £250 for the charity Sight Concern.
They began the five kilometre run dressed in white before being covered with brightly coloured powder paint by fellow runners and spectators.
Following the race, store Director Tim Reeves said: ‘It was great to see two of our team having fun taking part in the colour run and we’re all proud that they’ve raised money for such a valuable charity.’
About Sight Concern
Sight Concern, based in Worcestershire, provides support to people with sight loss across the country. They aim to give confidence to blind and partially sighted people to help them reach their full potential.