Hitchin Specsavers opticians celebrates its silver anniversary this year, after 25 years of service in the local community.
The birthday party really was great fun for everyone, where each customer was given a silver envelope with a prize, ranging from a bag of sweets to a free pair of designer glasses.
Many customers also took up the offer to bring their specs into the store for free MOTs and minor repairs.
Located on the High Street since 1988, hosted an eighties themed birthday party in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society and a local charity, Reclaim Life. As part of the celebrations staff transformed themselves into eighties icons to pay homage to the year the store first opened.
The Alzheimer’s Society works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, helping sufferers, carers and health professionals. Reclaim Life is a local Luton based charity offering free life coaching sessions to individuals who have experienced emotional anxiety.
History of Specsavers in Hitchin
Specsavers in Hitchin was one of the first Specsavers stores to open when it started welcoming customers in 1988.
Store director, Huw Griffiths was suitably proud: ‘Celebrating 25 years is a fantastic milestone to have reached and we hope to celebrate many more years of Specsavers in Hitchin’.
‘On behalf of everyone at the store I’d like to say how wonderful it has been for us to be part of such a vibrant local community. I’ve been a director of the store for many years and I’d personally like to thank all of our customers for their continued support. We really couldn’t have done it without them.’