So the festive period is over . What better way to beat those January blues than with a sale . Our 50% off frame sale, including sunglasses , starts Saturday 6th January . There is something for everyone and includes Designers such as Cocoa Mint , Joules , Jenson , Superdry and many more. So pop in and see us and bag yourself a bargain . We are open 9.30 – 2pm tomorrow . We look forward to seeing you in store .
Well what a busy week ! Lots of eye tests,happy patients and new Christmas windows. We have entered into our lovely town of Coggeshall’s Christmas window competition. To go along with our town the theme is Medieval,which is not easy in an Opticians (don’t think Opticians were around then ).So decided to go with a nod to it, by using natural decorations and medieval colours . Lots of painting and reef making later and voila all done . Hope our customers and the judges like them .
Come and join us on Saturday 30th September for our fabulous Macmillan Coffee Morning. The fun starts at 10.30am. Hope you can join us to raise some cash for a worthy cause and for some lovely cake .
50% off all Radley Sunglasses
50% OFF ALL RADLEY SUNGLASSES
Look what we now have!
Come in and check out our new collection of JOULES frames
Prescription and non-prescription Sunglasses Perfect gift
Fathers day – Sunday 18th June
We have a lovely range of sunglasses for all the family, Non-prescription and prescription lenses available if you need them.
Our most popular brands Radley, Superdry, Cocoa Mint, Jensen and INVU Polarized
I often get asked this question in one form or another; cataract is one of the commonest conditions occurring in about 30-40% of the population in the developed world aged 70 and over. Cataracts come in a variety of shapes and forms but all are a result of changes in the transparency of the eyes own natural lens (crystalline lens) which develops opaque areas with aging. The effect this has on your vision greatly depends on the shape and size of the opacities within the lens. The changes in the lens start as early as aged 40 but generally only start to form large enough areas to disrupt vision later in life.