Rugby fever descends on Leckwith opticians
Rugby fever has hit Specsavers in Leckwith, Cardiff as the team welcomed local rugby stars, school pupils and the Guinness PRO12 trophy to the store.
The acclaimed silverware was hosted by the Leckwith opticians to build on the city’s excitement ahead of the Judgement Day IV tournament (30 April), as part of a tour that saw the trophy travel more than 100 miles to eight locations in Wales’ rugby regions of Llanelli, Gwent, Cardiff, Swansea and Neath.
More than 60 pupils from Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch, along with Cardiff Blues players, Dan Fish and Blaine Scully, visited the opticians to get up-close with the cup and celebrate its arrival to Wales.
As a sponsor of the Guinness PRO12 match officials and referees, Specsavers is also the official partner of optical and audiology services to the Guinness PRO12, providing expert care for players and officials.
Thrilled to host event
Justine Davies, community champion of Specsavers in Leckwith, said: ‘It’s not every day that we have the opportunity to bring sporting stars, community groups and a much sought-after trophy into our store, so to say we were thrilled to host this event is an understatement.
‘At Specsavers, we pride ourselves on being a community optician and to uphold this standing we’re always striving to engage with all members of our community.’
Carys Alun, teacher at Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch, said: ‘We’d like to say a big thank you to Specsavers for giving our pupils the chance to have their picture taken with the silverware and meet the two players, along with Bruiser the Bear.’