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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Local opticians encourages public to ‘bring a smile to someone’s day’
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John Laverty Opticians are looking to fill their window with Rainbow pictures to ‘bring a smile to someone’s day’.

The business is asking the public, children especially, to get their paints out and produce some wonderful and creative Rainbow pictures.

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Reminding the budding artists to put their name on their masterpieces before posting through the letterbox of the shop.

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The shop window already has a big pieces front and centre, but their is always room for more.

In a message to their customers, Brian McKeown from the business said:

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“It’s important to know there are things we can all do to better navigate the coming weeks and months. And to adapt to change more easily.

“You might not be able to control coronavirus. You might not be able to control what everyone else is doing. Or how responsible people are being.

“But you can control your day. And you can control what you focus on.”

Keep Smiling 🌈 Stay Safe 🌈

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