The store, on Market Street, celebrated Valentine’s Day by wearing red and hosting a cake sale to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
The team wore their favourite red clothes and offered sweet treats to customers in return for a donation to the charity on Friday 14 February.
A word from the store director
‘We managed to raise more than £120 for the British Heart Foundation this Valentine’s Day, which is great considering our goal was £50,’ said Specsavers Lichfield store director, Praful Patel. ‘Wearing red and hosting a cake sale was a really fun way to fundraise for such a great, hard-working charity.’
The British Heart Foundation
Heart disease kills 1 in 4 people in the UK, which means the work that the British Heart Foundation does is as urgent and vital as ever. The charity strives to continue their research, to find future preventions, treatment and cures. As the largest independent funder of research into heart and circulatory diseases in the UK, the British Heart Foundation focuses its efforts on accelerating discovery and turning discoveries into life-saving medical advances.