Pink link at store to raise funds for important cause

The Morpeth Specsavers ladies 'linked in pink': Stephanie Booth, store manager, Sandra Arkle, dispensing assistant, Kimberly Mason-Craig, dispensing assistant, Donna Hadaway, pre reg dispensing optician, and Meghan Hadaway, dispensing assistant. Picture by John Arkle.
The Morpeth Specsavers ladies 'linked in pink': Stephanie Booth, store manager, Sandra Arkle, dispensing assistant, Kimberly Mason-Craig, dispensing assistant, Donna Hadaway, pre reg dispensing optician, and Meghan Hadaway, dispensing assistant. Picture by John Arkle.
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Specsavers in Morpeth took part in a colourful activity to support World Cancer Day.

Pink Unity Band bracelets were purchased by staff and customers and a group of staff used them join themselves together during the day.

Sandra Arkle, a former cancer sufferer and a dispensing assistant at the Bridge Street store who helped to organise the day’s events, said: “Supporting those with cancer is a very important part of the fight against the disease.

“As well as selling the bands, we sold cakes and beautiful hand-made soft specs cases that our store manager, Stephanie Booth, designed and made.”

A total of £152.16 was raised on the day.