Hemel Hempstead eyecare experts are celebrating two decades in the community by turning back the clocks and hosting a week-long children’s festival in store.
The team from Specsavers in Hemel Hempstead are toasting their 20th anniversary by running a 7-day drive aid of Hope for Children, an international charity which works to improve healthcare and education, and empower families in the UK and across the globe.
What's happening in store
The store will be launching a week-long prize draw on Sunday 25 October, with festivities culminating in a special Halloween dress-up day on Saturday 31 October, when competition winners will be revealed.
Throughout the week, the store will also be collecting donations from older visitors in return for complimentary specs MOTs.
A word from the store director
Daniel Harris, store director at Specsavers in Hemel Hempstead, said: ‘On this landmark occasion, we wanted to celebrate with the community which has been our home for two decades. Not only that, we wanted to use the opportunity to give back, and what better cause than Hope for Children. We hope to see lots of new and familiar faces in store during our half term celebration and fingers crossed we raise a fine sum for the charity.’
More about the charity
Hope for Children is an international charity which champions children’s right to a happy, healthy childhood. Last year alone, it worked with 47,000 children and their families in Africa, Asia and here in the UK.