Go back to the ‘90s with Specsavers in Grantham

Specsavers in Grantham are celebrating their 20th year.
Specsavers in Grantham are celebrating their 20th year.
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For its 20th anniversary Grantham’s Specsavers is holding a ‘90s themed day tomorrow, with film and music posters and staff decked out in retro finery.

Look out for stilt-walkers, new store director Colin Drucker as Mr Blobby, and current director Bijal Ladva dressed as Ali G, who said: “It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since we opened our doors back in 1994.

“During that time, more than 65,000 people have registered with us as customers, we’ve made more than 400,000 pairs of glasses and our Grantham team have accumulated some 220 combined years of experience.

“It’s testament to our loyal customers that we have had 20 years of success in the town, and we are now looking forward to the next 20 years.”

Moreover shoppers can win a pair of designer specs by matching 1994 and current photos of staff, in a free competition running until the end of July.
A glasses MOT (cleaning and adjustment) is also available in return for a small donation to the store’s charity, Grantham’s Talking Newspaper for the Blind.

Drop in to the Specsavers store in The Isaac Newton Centre to join in the fun, or to book an appointment call 01476 572111 or visit www.specsavers.co.uk/grantham