Along with Nantwich and Buckley Stephen Pinnington Opticians are also closely linked with Mullens Opticians which has two practices, one in Chester and one in Weaverham. We need a part-time OpticalAssistant to join our sociable team. You must be eager to learn, caring, reliable, friendly, industrious and confident. You must also possess good communication skills, both verbal and written, and the ability to provide excellent customer care skills to new and existing patients and clients.
At Smith Family Opticians, we care about your vision, and use the best equipment possible to diagnose your eye-related conditions. Whether you need a new prescription for glasses or contact lenses, orre-assurance on the health of your eyes and visual system, we can help you. We never cut corners and always do what's best for you and your vision. You can trust that Smith Family Opticians will take care of you.
We aim to provide eyecare of the very highest standard delivered with warmth and friendliness. Between us we have over 50 years of experience in optical dispensing and consequently we can advise onall aspects of spectacle wear. Our opinion (when sought) will always be honest but constructive. We take great pleasure in helping people make the right choice of style as well the best lens option.
Hoya Lens has had a presence in the UK for over 30 years. In that time, we have brought to the UK optical market the best quality lens materials. Hoya creates the very latest lens designs and appliesthem to the thinnest and most durable lens materials. We can then enhance visual comfort even further with the addition of one of our renowned anti-reflection coatings or other treatments.
At Saunders Opticians, we pride ourselves on the unbiased nature of our advice and services. Covering NHS patients as well as private clients, we offer a superb range of some of the best spectacles,sunglasses andcontact lenses on the market. At Saunders Opticians we are proud of our reputation for care, because we believe that each patient should be treated as an individual not just a number.
A1 Eyewear is an independent opticians in Wrexham, providing expert eye care services and designer eyewear to customers based across North Wales, Chester and the surrounding areas. Our exemplaryreputation has been built over the last 20 years from customer recommendations of our great service, due to our unwavering commitment to providing the highest possible standards of professional care.
We have a clinic at Bala Health Centre every Tuesday, offering full eye examinations and a great frame selection. We are pleased to be able to offer a wide selection of both Oakley ophthalmic framesand sunglasses and can order almost any Oakley frame on request. Oakley offer a wide variety of lens and frame combinations, many tailored to specific tasks or sports such as driving, trail biking, fishing or golf, which are also available in presciption lenses.
At Allport Opticians we are pleased to be able to offer the Welsh Eye Health Examination for patients who may be at greater risk of eyes disease and for patients who experience sudden eye problems. MrAllport is an accredited Optometrist who is also able to offer Low Vision Assessments through the Low Vision Service Wales. Unfortunately in some cases spectacles alone are unable to provide enough help and extra help from a magnifying aid is required.
At S R Drinnan Optometrists we specialise in high quality eye care and endeavour to make your experience with us one that you'll never forget. But rather than bore you with how great we are, we wantto tell you a little bit about our journey so far. Practice owner and optometrist Stephen Drinnan qualified as an optometrist from Manchester University in 1977.
There has been an optical practice at 26 Bridge Street since 1966 when Optometrist Mr Trefor Lloyd-Hughes first opened. In 1970, Mr Adrian Hughes joined the practice working alongside Mr Lloyd-Hughesas a partner, taking over in 1975. Richard Saunders joined the practice in 2000 working alongside Adrian Hughes up until 2011, when Richard and local Optometrist Leo Schwarz took over.