It's the start of the school holidays for many - make sure an eye exam is on the list of things to do. Remember that children get free eye tests, funded by the NHS so it costs nothing to be reassured about your child’s eyesight!
Children’s appointments in the holidays are starting to book up quit...

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The practice is closed today (and was planned to be) due to 3 birthdays in the team & Ray and Christine’s wedding anniversary. We like many other businesses are also feeling the impact of staff isolations but hope to return to as normal as possible on Monday. If this has affected you today or thi...

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It’s myopia awareness week.

Globally, myopia is a leading cause of avoidable vision loss. By the year 2050, nearly half of the world’s population will be myopic. That is a staggering 5 billion people suffering from potentially preventable vision loss and increased risk of blindness.

The impact...

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Having regular eye examinations can help to pick up the early signs of sight loss, which in turn can save your sight.

#Opticians #Optometrists #SightCareLocal


To enable our team to have a well deserved rest, we are now closed for the Easter Bank holiday weekend and will reopen (by appointment) on Tuesday 6th April. We thank you for your understanding and hope you have a lovely Easter break too :-)

Sore, red, itchy, dry or painful eyes? Are you experiencing sudden flashes or floaters in your vision?

We’ve noticed an increase in telephone calls asking what to do about eye issues such as these during lockdown, especially when it can be tricky to see GP at the moment.

The good news is we c...

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We to reassure you that we remain open (by appointment only) for all your essential eyecare needs. The College of Optometrists advise that access to an optometrist is critical in ensuring the preservation of vision and prevention of sight loss. This will also help to relieve pressure on NHS hospi...

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a week ago
Recognition to whom recognition deserves. I had gone to another specsavers optometrist and it was a total failure. The NHS doctor recommended me to go page and small optician and it was the best option, I had a problem with my left eye and the optometrist performed all the necessary tests and told me what I really had. Despite my poor English I could understand what he was saying and the best thing was he sent me the results of my exam by email, which for me was the best option. The optometrist takes his due time with each patient which is excellent. The service from reception is spectacular and the care in times of covid is still impeccable. Without a doubt, despite no longer living near the area, I prefer to travel and go there for future changes of glasses or to check the health of my eyes. Super recommended. Thank u team! Muchas gracias por el servicio recibido!
3 months ago
The service is exceptional. All staff members are professional, friendly, polite and very welcoming. My baby's glasses are just perfect! The most important that finally my baby is not refusing to wear glasses! Walked out 100% satisfied and would highly recommend Page And Small Opticians. Thank you for excellent service and experience
5 months ago
Awesome family friendly business, Ray and the staff are lovely and ensure you are put at ease. They know everything to know and are so kind. I wouldn't go anywhere else
- YiMing L


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