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Mason’s magical trip to Specsavers

Staff at Specsavers in Woodbridge will be playing host to inspirational youngster Mason Fountain on Saturday 23 February.

The local schoolboy, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour in April 2010, will be joining store staff as they undertake a day of fun activities in aid of his charity – Mason’s Magic.

Staff from the store, located at 52 Thoroughfare, will be embarking on a cycling challenge outside the store on stationary spinning bikes in a bid to raise money for the cause, which grants wishes to children who are diagnosed with brain tumours.

The store will also be raising funds by holding a cake sale and offering face painting to children in exchange for donations. A magician will also be on hand to help entertain customers.

Store director, Mark Taggart says: ‘We are really happy to be supporting Mason’s Magic and feel honoured that Manson will be joining us to help raise funds for his charity.

‘Mason will also be selling his charitable wristbands to those wishing to make a donation to this worthwhile cause.’

For every eye test carried out on the day, the store will be donating £1 to the cause. Specsavers staff will also be offering specs MOTs – cleaning, adjustments and minor repairs – in return for donations throughout the spec-tacular fundraising day.

To find out more about Mason’s charity visit www.masonsmagic.co.uk/ or to join in the fun visit Specsavers at 52 Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, IP12 1AL, call 01394 615 300 or visit www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/woodbridge.

Mason’s Magic is an affiliated campaign under Brain Tumour UK.

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