There have been independent opticians at 48 High Street providing eye care for the people of Spennymoor since the 1920s. In recent years we have realised that there are other areas of healthcare thatcould be provided in our easily accessible, award winning practice in Spennymoor Town Centre.
Here at Walkers Opticians in Durham and Crook you will always find a smiling face and a warm welcome. Situated right on the junction of Market Place and Saddler Street in Durham and on Hope Street inCrook we will be happy to make you an appointment for a sight test or contact lens check.
We pride ourselves on offering a more personal service where you are made to feel welcome. We cater for all age groups and give a personal service to cater for each individuals needs. We will give youhonest advice as to which optical device may suit your needs best.
See the same Optometrist, Mr Zag Sharif, who is accredited for specialist screening of Diabetic Eye Disease and Glaucoma. Our core front team have been with us for several years and have a wealth ofexperience and knowledge to cater for your individual eyecare needs. Our Principal Optometrist has a specialist interest in the development of children's vision and so we're proud of having the best range of glasses and giving our little friends the best service.
We also provide a range of additional services including home visits for those who are housebound. Why not pop into our shop and have a look for yourself at our extensive range of frames? We lookforward to ''seeing'' you in the shop - or on Facebook at R.Young (Opticians) Ltd.
About usAt The Optometric Centre, we're passionate about eye care and eyewear. Our dedicated team has a combined 124 years optical experience and a strong knowledge of the local area. GlassesYoureyewear should not only help you feel good - you should look great too. As well as complementing your unique style, your eyewear should fit comfortably and give your vision the protection it needs.
Your sight is important to you, so why not join over 16,000 other people in County Durham and trust The Village Optician to look after your eyes. Not only are we fully qualified Optometrists offeringyou a relaxed and thorough eye test, we are also Varilux Lens Specialist Opticians. This means that we are also experts in the most up to date lens technology available - often not available at other Opticians.
Cooper & Leatherbarrow was established in 1902 by Ernest Cooper in a former photographer's business on the corner of Russell Street and Northgate in Darlington (opposite to where Marks & Spencerscurrently stands). George Leatherbarrow joined the practice in 1912 and the business became Cooper & Leatherbarrow in the mid-1930s.
Both my husband and myself have unusual and difficult (but differing) eye problems that require a specialised Optometrist to dispense our lens prescriptions. We have found Alex Wade and his staff atRees & Wade to give expert advice in a friendly but most professional and competent manner.
Your eye care should not be something that you attend to in your lunch hour, you should not be part of a "quick turn-around" coming away with spectacles that may not be fully suited to your needs.Here at Wilkinson Opticians we take time to ensure that we fully understand the reason for you calling upon our services; we listen to your problems and offer the best possible advice and the best possible product especially for YOU.