Hal­lowe’en com­pe­ti­tion win­ners

Dumfries & Galloway Standard - - DISTRICT NEWS -

Spec­savers Dum­fries re­ally got into the spirit of Hal­lowe’en when they held three spooky themed ac­tiv­i­ties through­out Oc­to­ber.

Young­sters counted jars of rub­ber spi­ders and eye­balls and drew colour­ful witch de­signs.

Darah Mon­aghan submitted the clos­est guess for count the spi­ders and Ver­ity Platt cor­rectly guessed the num­ber of eye­balls in the jar. Joshua Hall was the third and fi­nal win­ner for his su­perb witch de­sign en­try.

The vam­pire and dis­pens­ing op­ti­cian, Cor­rie Wid­dow­son, pre­sented two of the three win­ners with a Water­stones gift voucher in store re­cently.

Jill Dick­son, store di­rec­tor, said: “It was great to get in­volved with the fun of Hal­lowe’en and host some in store events for our young vis­i­tors. We raised £70 from the small do­na­tions cus­tomers made to each com­pe­ti­tion guess which we will do­nate to Guide Dogs. Thanks to every­one who took part and con­grat­u­la­tions to our three win­ners.”

Prizes Darah Mon­aghan, left, dis­pens­ing op­ti­cian Cor­rie Wid­dow­son and Joshua Hall

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