We offer a wide range of services to maximise your visual potential as well as help and advice for those with reduced vision and significant sight loss. Click on one of the tabs to the left to find out more about our comprehensive product range.
NHS eye tests
We offer thorough NHS sight tests and take our responsibilities seriously to inform your GP of any unusual findings. A report is sent to the GP for all Diabetic and Glaucoma patients.
- Eligibility for NHS funded sight tests
You qualify for a free NHS-funded sight test if you:
- are under 16
- are 16, 17 or 18 in full-time education
- are 60 or over
- are a diagnosed Glaucoma patient
- have been told by an ophthalmologist that you are at risk of Glaucoma
- are 40 or over, and your mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter has been diagnosed with Glaucoma
- have been diagnosed as Diabetic
- are registered as severely sight-impaired (blind), or sight-impaired (partially sighted)
- get or are included in an award of someone getting:
- income support
- income-based jobseeker’s allowance
- income-related employment and support allowance
- pension credit guarantee credit
- are entitled to or named on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
- are named on a valid HC2 certificate
- are named on a valid HC3 certificate you may get some help towards the cost of a private sight test. Check when you make your appointment and bring your certificate with you
Please bring any relevant paper work with you to the appointment.
Children’s eye examinations
We are happy to check children from a very young age, using age specific tests and good humour to help us.
Private eye examinations
We do our very best to provide excellent clinical care and appropriate advice tailored to your individual needs.
Dry eye assessments
Using state of the art equipment we are able to carry out a tear film analysis, allowing us to recommend appropriate treatment to help manage your symptoms. Find out more
We regularly undertake visual field assessments for the DVLA to ascertain a driver’s visual competence. If you are unsure you meet the requirements please contact us for a detailed assessment.
It is not uncommon for the eyes to suffer visual fatigue when spending long periods at a VDU. We are always happy to pass on the latest VDU user recommendations and ensure that you are optimally corrected for this distance.
Retinal imaging allows us to take a photograph of the back of the eye. It provides a permanent record of the retina and is particularly important in monitoring subtle variations associated with Diabetes and Glaucoma.
The importance of good quality, localised lighting cannot be over emphasised, especially when our natural vision is reduced. We recommend the Daylight Companies range of products and stock their most useful lamps.
Dyslexia and Coloured Overlays
It is now recognised that certain forms of visual dyslexia can benefit from the use of coloured overlays. Please ask for more information or to book an assessment. Find out more
Low Vision and Magnifiers
Poor vision can make everday tasks such as reading and TV viewing very difficult. We run a Low Vision Clinic to offer advice and provide much needed help with additional visual aids such as high quality magnifiers. Find out more