Halloween fundraiser for opticians
Staff from the St Neots Specsavers store put on a frightful surprise for their daring guests as they donned their scariest outfits for Halloween.
Spirit of the day
Visitors to the store were faced with vampires and witches as staff got into the spirit of the day with costumes, face-paints and the Halloween staple, fake blood.
The store spent the day raising money for a variety of charities which they have championed throughout the year, with collections taken for the Guide Dogs charity, Breast Cancer Care and Children in Need.
Store director, Rakesh Nanda, says: ‘It’s not every day the store staff get a chance to dress up in work, particularly in their scariest Halloween get ups so it was a very enjoyable day for everyone, especially the customers. We are always keen to raise funds for charities which are all close to our hearts and we thought this was a great opportunity for us to let our hair down and encourage customers to join in and donate to a variety of great causes.’
The store will be continuing with their fundraising as we approach the Christmas period to help the local community.