Specsavers in Hessle helped to excite and unite the local community at Hessle Feast Festival last Sunday, by hosting fun and festivities outside its store.
Hessle Specsavers has become renowned for bringing the community together and supporting local businesses and on Sunday 13 July staff were out in force to celebrate the Hessle Feast Festival. The team hosted a competition for people to guess how many balloons were inside one car, with all proceeds going to Hull & East Riding Institute of the Blind (HERIB) and Guide Dogs.
Kay Weaver, store director at Hessle Specsavers, comments: ‘The Feast Festival is a time of enjoyment where locals can gather to celebrate the coming year by embracing the excitement and atmosphere. Our main aim for the Feast Festival is to ensure all local businesses and communities within Hessle benefit positively from the event, through supporting and uniting.
‘Having regular events such as Hessle Feast Festival can improve the prospects for a small community considerably and Specsavers will continue to fuel the local community as much as possible.’