Halloween celebrations in Evesham
Customers visiting Specsavers in Evesham this Halloween could have thought their eyes were playing tricks on them – as they were greeted by members of what looked like The Addams Family.
Raising funds for charity
The team, from Specsavers on Bridge Street, swapped their uniforms for ghastly attire to raise funds for The Tracey Sollis Leukaemia Trust.
A word from the store director
Amy Liau, store director at Evesham Specsavers, said: 'The staff all really enjoyed dressing up and certainly created a spectacle! Fortunately, we didn’t scare any one off – and it was great to be able to support this local charity.’
About the Tracey Sollis Leukaemia Trust
The Tracy Sollis Leukaemia Trust is an independent charity based in Evesham. It was set up by Tracy’s mum Sue after Tracy sadly lost her battle with Leukaemia in 1995.
Its aim is to promote and assist in the prevention and relief of sickness, suffering and distress of those afflicted with leukaemia, particularly but not exclusively by the provision of funded research.