SPECSAVERS Opticas is offering children free eye tests throughout September.
The eye specialists, who have shops in Marbella and Fuengirola, have also announced that each store is donating 10 pairs of glasses to its local school or charity.
Amrik Sappal from Specsavers Opticas Fuengirola said: “Getting prepared for the start of the new term is busy and expensive and we’re aware that parents aren’t finding the time or money to get their kids’ eyes tested.
“We wanted to offer these free eye tests to encourage everyone to come in and make sure their kids are seeing clearly and that their eyes are healthy.”
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