Black & Lizars go for glory in the mud

Staff recently completed the Mauchline Mud Rush assault course for charity

Staff from Black & Lizars’ Ayrshire based practices recently completed the third annual Mauchline Mud Rush assault course, raising £250 for sight loss charity Visibility Scotland.

Sponsored team members from the Ayr and Troon branches of the Scottish multiple got stuck in to this year’s muddy 5km assault course.

‘Seeing Gail, Kim and Carly go round the course was a smashing day out. All in all, a great day, for a great cause,’ said Black & Lizars practice manager, Alison Bargh after watching optometrists Gail Nicholson, far left, Carly Roberts, far right, and assistant manager Kimberly Graham slop through 40 obstacles. The multiple’s children’s eye health mascot, Seemore, second left, cheered the runners on, helped by optical assistant Tanya Monaghan.

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