Specsavers Burgess Hill marked National Eye Health Week this year by going back in time to the 1950s with a selection of terrific fancy dress costumes and music from the decade that created rock and roll - and by jumping on an exercise bike on the shop floor to cycle 150km.
And the Church Road store raised loads of money for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) along the way by baking cakes for a donation. The team raised £150 in total for the charity.
A word from the store director
Maggie Johnson, store director in Burgess Hill, said: ‘The team really enjoyed dressing up, and some took it very seriously. I was really impressed by the quality and variety of costumes available and really enjoyed dressing up myself.
‘National Eye Health Week serves as an important reminder of the fact that we all need to take care of our sight, and take responsibility for making sure that it stays in tip-top condition. So if you have not had an eye test for a while, why not book one online today.’