Tag: local

Tag: local

15 August, 2017
Pictured at the Specsavers Clonmel family fun day are store directors Karen Dunlea, Camille Maguire and Dermot Dougan

Continuing its commitment to improve the service it offers to the local community, Specsavers Clonmel recently underwent a major refurbishment at their Gladstone Street location.

New Look

To celebrate the store’s new look, the team at Specsavers Clonmel held a family fun day for its customers, with Tipp FM broadcasting from the store for the day. Customers enjoyed delicious home baked treats and refreshments, as face-painters and balloon modellers entertained the younger customers.

15 August, 2017
Elaine Richardson, Lynda Smith and Amy Richardson

To celebrate the sixth year of the Specsavers’ Sound Check Ireland Roadshow, Specsavers Balbriggan announced that they would be hosting a mobile hearing van to raise awareness of the importance of hearing throughout the year.

Mobile hearing vans

These special mobile hearing vans are designed to make it even easier for people to take the first step in tackling hearing loss. Free on site hearing screenings and professional advice will be available to anyone who is concerned about their hearing.

12 May, 2017

Specsavers Drogheda recently joined in with the local Easter fun and festivities at the Drogheda Town Centre. Dressed in colourful and festive accessories, the store’s dispensing optician handed out Specsavers balloons and chocolates to children attending the Easter activities in the shopping centre.

The store encouraged customers, of all ages, to pop in over the Easter weekend and join in the celebrations. Specsavers Drogheda has been on hand to take care of the eye health of local families, both young and old, for 22 years.

12 May, 2017
Store directors with Tulleyallen running club

Specsavers Drogheda has donated 100 hi-viz vests to members of the Tulleyallen Running Club as part of a Road Safety Awareness initiative which aims to keep locals safe on Irish roads throughout the year.

Local running club

Fiona O’Donnell, store director of Specsavers Drogheda said: ‘We’re delighted to be able to donate these vests to members of local running club Tulleyallen. Motorists often find it hard to see pedestrians wearing dark clothes at night or when visibility is poor and so it is vital that locals are easily seen.’

12 May, 2017
Drogheda team with students

The team at Specsavers Drogheda recently visited St.Joseph’s Secondary School and conducted free colour vision screenings for all 4th, 5th and 6th year male students.

Colour vision deficiencies

The store was encouraged to visit the local school as colour vision deficiencies are prevalent in 8% of Ireland’s male population, which can prohibit certain career opportunities and impact one’s lifestyle.

Eye examination