The team at Bradley Stoke Specsavers swapped their specs for broomsticks this Halloween as they continued their support of Hope for Morgan.

The team donned Halloween-themed outfits on Saturday 31 October along with a spooky bake sale at the Bradley Stoke store in the Willow Brook Centre, raising £156 for Hope for Morgan, a local charity being supported by the store throughout 2015.

'We’re really proud have raised such a great amount of money for Hope for Morgan over the Halloween weekend,’ said Ed Stanleigh, store director. ‘After Morgan needed a second operation earlier this year, his parents Zoe and Darren are hoping to raise a further £10,000 to fund his rehabilitation, at this time the fund is still around £5,000 short of the total needed, so our customer's generous donations will go towards that.'

Hope for Morgan was set up by 11-year-old Morgan’s parents, Zoe and Darren Walker, to help raise money to fund his treatment. 

Although there is no cure for Morgan, the money raised will provide him with treatment to improve his quality of life.

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