Leg warmers and an array of neon colours greeted customers visiting Specsavers Hereford as part of a 1980s themed fundraising day which raised more than £200 for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
Throughout February, the store supported the charity and kicked things off by wearing light blue on World Cancer Day (Tuesday 4 February). This was followed by the 80s fundraising day which saw staff dress up in outfits which gave a nod to what is often referred to as the decade that style forgot.
A word from the store director
‘The whole team went to town with their outfits which made it a really fun day in store,’ said store director at Specsavers Hereford, Nialle Smith. ‘Thanks to generous donations from customers, we raised £234 which we will be delighted to hand over to the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.’
About the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is the only UK lung cancer charity dedicated to helping everyone affected by the disease. Since 1990, the charity has funded millions of pounds of essential lung cancer research, looking for ways to detect the disease as early as possible and save lives.