Sights set on helping the high school

By Rob George Friday 25 January 2013 Updated: 01/02 09:00

Latest News

Buy photos » Specsavers optical assistant Chantelle Carroll enjoys a read before the books go on sale. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0413011MMR Order this picture at www.buyphotos247.com

A DROITWICH opticians is holding a book sale to help raise cash for the town’s high school.

Staff at Specsavers in St Andrews Square are appealing for donations of books in good condition, which the store will sell in return for donations to the library at Droitwich Spa High School.

Spa bookworms are being urged to dig deep before the sale comes to a close on Thursday (January 31).

Store director Emma Singh, said: “There’s nothing better than curling up with a good book, so we hope that people will pop into

the store to pick up a new read, happy in the knowledge they’ll be helping out local school pupils at the same time.”

To make a donation, visit the store, call 01905 790660 or log on to www.specsavers.co.uk/droitwich for more information.

Share This

Popular »

1 Two taken to hospital after serious Holt Heath crash

2 Exciting line-up planned for Salt Fest

3 Ombersley pupils recycling for charity

4 Redheads to get royal discount at Droitwich pub

5 Trio puts together history of Droitwich

More news »

Wheels in motion for minibus bid

AN AMBITIOUS campaign to raise £10,000 for a

PM pledges to look at Luff bid to help young ...

PRIME Minister David Cameron has pledged to examine

Schools share cash windfall

SCHOOLS across Droitwich are set to benefit from

Top way to raise cash

A SEVENTY-year-old man who is visiting the Salvation

Regional news »


Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.

Evesham Observer
Calling all young masterchefs......

THE OBSERVER has teamed up with the Evesham Hotel to ...

Redditch Standard
Man glassed outside nightclub

A MAN was taken to hospital after being glassed outside ...

Stratford Observer
Cyclist bikes 300 miles in 24 hours for charity

A CYCLIST has overcome his 'hardest physical challenge' to raise ...