Nicole Bowden Opticians Otley are proud to be one of the leading opticians in West Yorkshire, providing caring and professional eyecare services to Otley and the surrounding areas. We are anindependent, family run opticians based in the town square of Otley and unlike many of the high street opticians, our highly qualified and experienced optometrists provide a very personal eyecare service.
This modern Opticians aims to provide a new experience for its customers offering a more personal service, the latest equipment and a wide range of designer frames at discount prices. Browse ourextensive range of designer frames in the online catalogue or why not visit us in store and challenge us to prove why we are the personal eyecare specialists. Our new offers include FREE single vision lenses with all our designer frames, meaning that the price you see now includes the lenses.
We are committed to saving you money. Like you, we see all the advertisements from opticians claiming to offer the best value etc. To be honest, they make us laugh. For example, we see advertisementsfor varifocal lenses starting from £99″ - but at Premier Vision our varifocal lenses start at just £39!
You are not simply a name, or someone to sell glasses to. At Daniel Hayton Opticians, we see you as a person, an individual, someone who we aim to help; give peace of mind to; look at your personaleyecare needs. No assumptions are made. From the moment you enter one of our practices, you will be treated with friendliness, helpfulness, kindness and above all professionalism.
Paul Verity Opticians is an independent, family owned, family run business offering first quality eyecare for all members of your family. Established in April 1991 we have developed and established astrong reputation for clinical excellence, technical know-how, high quality optical products, value and style all backed by high levels of personal service.
Jarrod started his career in optometry in 1992 working as a trainee dispensing optician for the company that he eventually took over in 2003. He studied at Bradford university and qualified in 1996 tobecome a member of the Association of British Dispensing Opticians. In 2003 he bought the practice at Pudsey to concentrate his efforts in offering the highest standard of products and services. Since 2007 he has diversified into supporting local businesses with their optical needs.
Alison James Opticians is located in the Burley/Kirkstall area of Leeds. Former owner, Alison Woolfoot bought the practice as A. J. Woolfoot Opticians in 1981, and with it she inherited its rich andfruitful heritage. At that time, it was already an Opticians and had been for many years, owned by Mr. Minnithorpe from 1941-1981 and prior to that by a Mr. Hug. The practice was established in the early 1900s and originally functioned as a dual trade site - an Opticians and a Jewellers.
Today, many years later, the practice continues to thrive. We welcome new patients every week, almost all of whom come through personal recommendation. One thing has not changed though: the corevalues and principles upon which the practice was founded. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. However to fully appreciate our practice and the services we offer, please call in to see us.
At Goldwyn Opticians we have been providing quality eye care and eyewear in Leeds since 1920. Today we offer the same friendly and flexible service that Mr Sydney Goldwyn offered the local communitymore than 90 years ago. We strongly believe in continuity of care so that you see the same practitioner time and time again. In fact many of our patients have been with us for several generations, trusting us to take care of their children's and grandchildren's eyesight as well as their own.
Michael Betts Opticians comprises of two locations, the first is in Armley; a short drive from Leeds City Centre, the second is situated in the North Bradford suburb of Greengates. Our Armley practicecan be found between Armley's main shopping road (Town Street) and Tong Road (B6154). We are situated on Church Road, across from the imposing St Bartholemew's Church.