Evesham's Specsavers opticians has moved to a bigger premises in response to an increase in demand.
The store has relocated to 24 Bridge Street, just one door down to allow the business to double it test rooms and created a generous-sized waiting, area allowing a more comfortable and efficient experience for customers.
Reflecting the increase in test rooms, the store has also recruited two new members of staff and is currently looking to take on two more employees.
Store director at Specsavers Evesham, Amy Liau, says: ‘With the expansion, we have the ability to see more customers so waiting times will be dramatically reduced and more appointments will be available.
‘We would like to take this opportunity to thank customers for their continuous support and we appreciate the comments they regularly feedback which helps us improve and tailor our service to provide the best experience for all.’
Specsavers in Evesham first opened in 1995 with a team of just five staff. Today, a team of 22 carry out nearly 500 sight tests per week.
The new store boasts an innovative on-site lab equipped with efficient glazing facilities, offering customers a one hour collection service on standard stock lenses. The store has also invested in its new hear care facilities, with a testing room specifically dedicated to hearing examinations.
For more information or to arrange an appointment, visit 25 Bridge Street, Evesham, WR11 4SL, call 01386 423 301