The Newton Mearns store has marked its second anniversary by raising funds for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

Customers asked to dig deep for charity
Specsavers in Newton Mearns held a special fundraising event on Saturday 7 September during which customers were able to enjoy sweet treats in the store’s bake sale as well as games including ‘pin the glasses on the dog’.

The store raised more than £100 for the charity.

Emma Robb, store director at Specsavers Newton Mearns, said: ‘It is a really exciting time for us marking our second year in business – and what a successful two years it has been.

‘We wouldn’t be where we are without all the customers who trust us with their eye and ear health. I want to thank each and every one of them for helping make the store the success story it is today and we hope to welcome more new faces in the future.

‘I also want to extend an extra-special thank you to all of the valued staff members for their hard work and dedication. Their commitment and passion for the cause is truly exceptional.’

Locals can not only have their sight tested at the store but their hearing too with a weekly audiology clinic. The store’s two test rooms feature the latest technology to help examine eyes and ears including cutting-edge OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) equipment.

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