STAFF at Dudley Specsavers donned their spookiest Halloween outfits on Saturday 29 October in aid of the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
The team transformed the store into a Halloween spectacle as they ditched their uniforms in favour of their cloaks and capes, handing out goody bags with Halloween sweets.
A word from the store director
‘It was great to have such an overwhelming amount of support from our customers,’ said Gurdeep Dosanjh, store director Specsavers Dudley. ‘Everyone was so generous and they seemed to really enjoy the Halloween fun day and the sweets that came with it!
‘We are continuing to raise funds for the RNIB for the rest of the year, and will reveal our grand total in December. It’s a great cause, and one that we are very proud to support.’
The Royal National Institute of Blind People
The Royal National Institute of Blind People provides support to those affected by sight loss in the form of practical and emotional services. They also campaign alongside Specsavers to raise awareness of sight issues, including how to prevent sight loss.