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Press Releases • Jun 04, 2018 18:31 BST
Vision Express calls on community to prioritise sight, amid reports that over 7,000 North Tynesiders are living with suspected glaucoma
Vision Express CEO, Jonathan Lawson and Tesco Ireland CEO, Andrew Yaxley, officially open new optical store within the new Tesco Liffey Valley
Press Releases • May 31, 2018 16:43 BST
The new ‘Vision Express at Tesco’ store has officially opened its doors in Ireland’s largest Tesco at Liffey Valley. Celebrations were led by Vision Express CEO UK and Ireland, Jonathan Lawson, and Tesco Ireland CEO, Andrew Yaxley, who joined the team’s optical experts to encourage the community to take their eye health seriously.
Brighton student urges others to take advantage of free eye tests as UK tour visits Brighton for World Glaucoma Week
Press Releases • Mar 15, 2018 18:50 GMT
• 3 in 4 tested are putting sight at risk with incorrect prescriptions • A quarter of Brighton residents tested confessed to not having an eye test in 10 years or more
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News • Nov 09, 2016 18:17 GMT
A Watchdog report broadcast on 9 November 2016 alleges that Vision Express teams at five stores misled customers about the effects of the blue light emitted from digital devices upon the eye and the benefits of certain lenses that filter out that blue light.
News • Mar 25, 2016 11:03 GMT
We are sorry to announce that our Lancaster store is closed until Tuesday 29 March, due to a fire in a nearby building. We apologise to all customers and advise them to visit Vision Express in Preston, St Georges Centre, 90 Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2NR, 01772 883 988. Alternatively, please contact our Vision Express service team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
News • Nov 21, 2014 15:37 GMT
Wednesday 19th November 2014 - Visionary designer Julien Macdonald launched his stunning women-only glasses collection at the Vision Express flagship store in Oxford Street.
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Few fears match that of going blind. We value sight more than any other sense and the loss of it is dreaded more than other long term health conditions such as dementia, heart disease, Parkinson's disease or having to use a wheelchair, research by the RNIB has found. In a Raconteur supplement published for National Eye Health Week 2015, the future of eye health is put under the microscope.