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Local Beavers stay safe on the road thanks to Specsavers Dundee

06 June, 2016
Local Beavers group wearing their Specsavers donated vests
General manager, Arlene Waterson presented the vests to the Beavers group

The Dundee opticians is helping to keep local children safer by donating high visibility vests to Alyth Scout Group’s Beavers.

Emphasising road safety

The 30 vests from Specsavers in Dundee will be used during the group’s regular trips to ensure the children are easy to spot.

The donation is part of the store’s ongoing commitment to help local children stay safer on the streets by being clearly visible to motorists.

General manager at Specsavers in Dundee, Arlene Waterson, said: ‘We’re very pleased to have been able to supply the Beavers at Alyth Scout Group with vests.

‘We are continually looking for ways to give back to the local community and were only too happy to help when the group got in touch.

‘We always do our best to fulfil each request for vests as it’s so important to make sure children can be seen easily on the streets.’

Helping keep the group together

Heather Jackson, Beaver Scout leader at Alyth Scout Group, said: ‘We’d like to thank Specsavers in Dundee for kindly donating the high visibility vests.

‘They are fantastic and very handy for trips as they make it easy to spot every child in our group . We’ll get loads of use out of them throughout the year.’

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