Wilmslow cake sale raises vital funds for RNIB
The Specsavers team in Wilmslow helped to raise vital funds for the RNIB on National Eye Health week by baking sweet treats and cakes for customers and local people. The baking efforts of the team raised over £100 for the cause.
Partnership with RNIB
A new partnership between Specsavers and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) saw the Wilmslow team raising money for the charity throughout National Eye Health week, as well as increasing awareness of the importance of regular eye tests in preventing people from needlessly losing their site.
Wilmslow Specsavers store director, Rob Cox, says: ‘The number of people are needlessly living with or at risk of sight loss in the UK today is astonishing, and we're keen to do as much as possible to help people realise that half of all sight loss cases are preventable.'
‘Our mission together with RNIB is to transform the nation’s eye health through education, awareness and action; we want to reverse these worrying eye health trends that are putting unnecessary pressure on the health service and placing a massive burden on the public purse.
Book an eye test today
Book an eye test today, and talk to the team in Specsaves Wilmslow to find out more about the importance of eye health.