Specsavers staff at The Forum raise fund-tastic donations for Comic Relief

The Forum Shopping Centre’s Specsavers store is delighted to announce that it raised a superb £327 for Comic Relief following an entire month of four giggle-inducing ‘Fun-d Raising’ Fridays, which treated shoppers to all sorts of exciting spectacles throughout February.

From a staff ‘Wear it Red’ day and romantic Valentine’s themed tombola to a mammoth 100 mile team bike ride challenge and delicious cake sale, the Sittingbourne based store treated shoppers each Friday to a different fun activity. The special days were hosted in order to raise money for Comic Relief in the run up to Red Nose Day on Friday 13th March – with a tremendous £327 generated in total from Sittingbourne shoppers’ generosity.

To add to the ‘fund-tastic’ excitement, staff members also wore Red Nose Day themed glasses throughout each event in order to help promote Comic Relief’s famous day of national fundraising on Friday 13th March.

Shoppers looking to own their own pair of these limited edition spectacles can do so by purchasing the glasses exclusively in-store at Specsavers at £3.00 per pair, with £1.00 from every pair sold going towards the charity. 

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