02:50AM, Monday 14 July 2014
The focus was on fundraising at Specsavers on Saturday when it held a charity bake sale.
Jam tarts, marble cake and butter pudding were just some of the treats being sold to raise money for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service (ADCHS) at the Maidenhead High Street branch.
Staff baked the sweet treats and a raffle was also held, with a Moshi Monsters prize for children.
Branch director Lynne Stokes said: "We wanted to pick a charity that is close to home, but we also chose Alexander Devine because of the story behind it.
"It’s amazing that so many people in the community have a part to play in helping the charity and we just want to do our bit."
The event also coincided with the 18th birthday of the branch.
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