Product of the Month – June

NuLids is a safe and effective, eyelid hygiene device for relief of dry, red, sore, itchy and swollen eyes caused by blepharitis or meibomian gland dysfunction.

Product of the Month – May

The new Hay Fever Relief Kit from Hammond Opticians is ideal if you suffer from hay fever. It can help you reduce the symptoms of dry, itchy watery eyes.

Are you a safe driver?

Are you a danger on the road? Good vision is vital to drive safely. If your eyesight isn’t up to standard, you could be putting you and other road users at risk

Make the most of Winter Sun

Sunglasses reduce the amount of light reaching the eye and protect our most valued asset from damaging ultra- violet radiation (UV) which is a growing environmental hazard. Without the all-important UV protection, you could be increasing the risk of unsightly crows’ feet, snow blindness, cataracts and retinal damage. Before buying any sunglasses it’s important to check for the British Standard label which shows that they filter out the harmful UV rays.

We are finalists in five more national Awards!

We have been shortlisted for the SME National Business Awards for Service Excellence and Business Innovation. More great news after a recent run of accolades.
Finalists in SME Business Awards

We are finalists in the SME National Business Awards!

We have been shortlisted for the SME National Business Awards for Service Excellence and Business Innovation. More great news after a recent run of accolades.
Eye conditions

Migraines

Migraine is a neurological syndrome characterised by a constellation of symptoms which may include recurrent and severe headaches, often accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraines can be extremely debilitating and affect a person's daily life.
Diabetic eye disease on an eye scan

Living with Diabetes – the effect on your eyes

There are currently more than 415 million people with diabetes worldwide and, according to leading charity Diabetes UK, 4.6 million of those live in the UK. This is 6% of the population of the UK. Diabetes is one of the most important healthcare issues in the UK and it is estimated that by 2025 over five million people will have the condition.