Staff from Specsavers in Cardiff attended the Black, Minority and Ethnic (BME) eye health fayre, held at Cardiff City Stadium, to help promote the use of the Eye Health Examination Wales service amongst the BME community in Wales.
Raise awareness of eye health
Specsavers was the only opticians to give its support and send representatives to the BME eye health fayre. Ankit Shah, optician at Specsavers in Leckwith, and Nicola Edwards, manager of Specsavers on Queen Street, attended the fayre to help raise awareness of eye health and promote the importance of having regular sight tests.
New Specsavers store in Leckwith
Ankit Shah, of Specsavers in Leckwith, said: ‘It was a great opportunity to attend the BME eye health fayre, not only to promote the importance of eye health amongst delegates but to let everyone know about the new Specsavers store right on the stadium’s doorstep in the Capital Retail Park, Leckwith. Specsavers are proud to have supported the event and to inform delegates about the range of eye health services available to them at their local Specsavers store.’
Babin Molik, of Sight Cymru, said: ‘We are so grateful to Specsavers for sending staff along to engage with the minority communities and for supporting the event.’