Specsavers in Forfar is celebrating 10 years of caring for the eyes of the people of the town with a party day in store.
The store which just recently relocated to 73 Castle Street is marking the big birthday with a party for customers on Monday 2 March.
Celebrations will include a cake, balloons and 10 per cent off all orders for customers booked in on the day.
The store anniversary will also coincide with the official store opening after it reopened its doors following its relocation to bigger premises.
The new store has three test rooms and an audiology room and also features an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) machine: a cutting-edge piece of equipment, usually found in hospital eye departments, which is used in the screening and management of conditions including age-related macular degeneration (AMD), glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.
A Word from the Store Director
Store director, Laura Stallerbrass, said: ‘We are very proud to have provided a great service to the people of Forfar over the last 10 years and we’re looking forward to continuing our fantastic customer service for decades to come.
‘We want to celebrate that we are an established part of the community and now is the perfect time as we have moved into our new home. ‘It is sure to be a brilliant day so we would encourage our customers to come along and join in the fun.’