Specsavers donate hi-vis vests to school in Burton Joyce

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A Colwick opticians has donated high-visibility vests to a nearby primary school to help keep pupils safe on outdoor trips.

Specsavers Colwick, situated in the newly opened Sainsbury’s, donated vests to Burton Joyce Primary School to help ensure children stay safe when they are on school trips or volunteering to help with outdoor projects in their local area.

Burton Joyce Primary School have already put the vests to good use while out and about helping the Friends of Lowdham and Burton Joyce Stations.

“Part of our vision for the new store is our commitment to helping improve the safety of the local community,”said Specsavers Colwick store manager, David Tye.

“It’s great we have already been able to support the local schools as they often take part in outdoor activities. We hope the vests will provide some peace of mind for parents and for the teachers who look after them.’

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“The donation is part of the store’s commitment to help local children stay safer. It’s especially important at this time of the year now the clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in.’

Lorna Hunter, teacher at Burton Joyce Primary School, said: ‘We’d like to say a big thank you to Specsavers Colwick for this kind donation. Our children were very excited to wear the vests.’

Specsavers Colwick situated in the new Sainsbury’s opened on November 10 – marking the 70th store to open inside a Sainsbury’s since the two companies entered a partnership together in 2016.

For more information visit Specsavers Colwick Sainsbury’s, Road Number 3, Colwick, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG4 2JN, call 0115 697 5899 or go to https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/colwicksainsburys


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