Specsavers in Bradley Stoke showed its support for Royal Voluntary Service by hosting a cake sale, raising more than £40 for the charity.
Joining forces with the national charity, the team served up an array of tasty treats for customers, raising awareness for the charity and encouraging people to talk about age-related hearing loss.
‘We’re proud to have supported the Royal Voluntary Service’s Listen Out campaign with our cake sale,’ said Gemma Wakefield, hearing aid audiologist. ‘Hearing loss can have a huge impact on sufferers, often making them feel isolated and lonely, so it really helped to get people talking about the support available.’
As one of the largest volunteer organisations in the UK, Royal Voluntary Service help older people stay active and independent by providing practical and emotional support. For more information about the Listen Out campaign, visit their website.