Specsavers Corstorphine is helping to keep local children safer by donating high visibility vests to a local primary school of Road Safety Week (20-26 November).
The store donated 200 children’s vests and 12 adult high vis vests to Corstorphine Primary School pupils and teachers to ensure children remain visible in the darker evenings.
The donation is part of the store’s ongoing commitment to help local children stay safer on the streets by being clearly visible to motorists.
Store director at Specsavers in Corstorphine, Adam Gordon, said: ‘It is a real pleasure to play our role in keeping the children of Corstorphine Primary School safe and visible during this the winter.
‘We are continually looking for ways to give back to the local community and were only too happy to help with the donation.
Huge thank you
Lucy Henderson, Acting Head Teacher at Corstorphine Primary School says: ‘We’d like to thank Specsavers in Corstorphine for kindly donating the high visibility vests.
‘They are fantastic and very handy for trips as they make it easy to spot every child in our group. We’ll get loads of use out of them throughout the year.’