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  1. Kid's Optical Options

    Kid's Optical Options

    As a child grows their eyes develop, which means their vision can change. That’s why it’s so important to have your child’s eye sight checked on a regular basis. If your child does require optical assistance, we’ll find a solution to fit their needs and lifestyle.

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  2. Play it safe this Winter and book your eyes in for an MOT

    Play it safe this Winter and book your eyes in for an MOT

    We’re firmly in winter now – the woolly hats are out and early morning commutes tend to begin with a scraper in one hand and a can of de-icer in the other.

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  3. Picking the right frames for your style

    Picking the right frames for your style

    There are so many factors to consider when buying a new pair of glasses – are they comfortable? Do they suit my face shape? Will they fall off when I’m frantically searching the floor for something I’ve just dropped?

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  4. Keeping a healthy eye on make-up

    Keeping a healthy eye on make-up

    Our daily routines may have changed during lockdown, but applying makeup is one habit most of us stick to religiously.  Let’s face it, we don’t want to be caught out on a Zoom call with the boss looking bedraggled.

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  5. The ABCs of back to school

    The ABCs of back to school

    The 2020/2021 term start is going to be like no other. With the long gap since the end of last year’s classroom sessions and more than a summer of screen time – whether that’s virtual learning or just letting off steam gaming online – it’s as important, if not more, to get  our children as prepared as possible for a new year of learning.

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  6. Darker nights need clearer vision

    Darker nights need clearer vision

    The end of summer, and its longer, lighter evenings, can leave some drivers dreading the darker months to come. With the Blinding glare of headlights and poor weather conditions, driving in the autumn and winter months can be challenging, especially if you wear glasses.

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  7. Looking out for your eyes

    Looking out for your eyes

    Did you know half of all sight loss is avoidable?

    That’s why we’re ‘Looking out for your eyes’ this National Eye Health week, 21st-27th September 2020.

     

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  8. Mask Associated Dry Eye

    Mask Associated Dry Eye

    Wearing a face mask or face covering is an important tool when trying to tackle the spread of coronavirus. However, there are associated irritations with wearing a face covering for a long period of time, one of which being, what experts are calling, mask associated dry eye (MADE).

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