SPECSAVERS in Wilmslow is to enjoy a fun-filled week to mark its fifth anniversary in the town and raise money for the Royal National Institute of Blind People.

The Grove Street store will be celebrating its anniversary on Thursday, welcoming residents to join staff for an exciting day of activities including a bake sale, selling tasty treats prepared by the team’s best bakers in aid of the RNIB.

Balloons and a living statue performer will greet customers outside the store, and the fun continues on Saturday as a balloon modeller hands out inflatable critters to visitors.

On both days staff will be giving out goody bags filled with Specsavers goodies and vouchers to be used in the store.

A competition will also be held in-store throughout the week, from Monday until Sunday, with several lucky winners being in with the chance to win a pair of designer frames.

To further mark this five-year milestone, the store has recently completed its first expansion, with the opening of a third testing room.

Rob Cox, store director said: "This is sure to be a great week, celebrating Specsavers’ contribution to the local community as well as thanking all of our customers for their support over the past five years.

"We are extremely committed to providing the best service when it comes to eye health and audiology, and we hope everyone will join us in celebrating this brilliant milestone for the store."