Opticians in Ipswich race towards change
Eyecare and hearing experts in Ipswich have completed the 35th annual Woodbridge Charity 10k, raising a total of £780 for five local charities.
All for Local charities
Hearcare director Chris Cazey, joined team members Gale Baxter, Sarah Baker, Anuradha Ariyaratne, Alan Burton, Danielle Cazey, Jak Cook and Michelle Gooding in the race along with friends and family.
The five charities each received a total of £1000 towards their cause. The organisations that benefited were the Friends of Woodbridge Primary School, Ipswich Holiday Help for Children, Lawping Education, Orwell Panthers and Suffolk Young People’s Health Project.
The community is our biggest priority
Ming Tye, store director, said: ‘I am so proud of everyone here at Specsavers. It was a big challenge and they all did so well. Their passion for the causes truly shone through.’
‘As a community business, our first priority is those around us and we aim to support local causes and charities in any way we can. The Woodbridge Charity 10k is the perfect opportunity to give back to the community and something we participate in every year.’
The 35th annual Woodbridge Charity 10k Race took place on Saturday 15 May.