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Specsavers donate hi-vis vests to Suffolk primary school

PUBLISHED: 14:45 14 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:45 14 July 2018

Students at Honington Primary School near Bury St Edmunds with their new hi-vis vests Picture: HONINGTON SCHOOL

Students at Honington Primary School near Bury St Edmunds with their new hi-vis vests Picture: HONINGTON SCHOOL

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

Specsavers gave nearly 200 hi-vis jackets to Honington Primary School so that the children would be ready for their upcoming outings and excursions.

Ian Gately, ophthalmic director of Specsavers in Bury St Edmunds, said: “It’s so important to make sure the kids in our community can be seen, especially when their on trips outside of school.”

Lauren Moore, headteacher at Honington Primary School, said: “We would like to thanks Specsavers in Bury St Edmunds for their very generous donation. “It is because of community-minded people like them, that organisations like ours can feel supported and appreciated.”

Any organisations interested in a donation of hi-vis vests, can contact Bury St Edmunds Specsavers on 01284 702240.


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