With winter drawing close, Specsavers in Aldershot want to remind the local people in the Hampshire area of the importance of regular eye tests. As the nights are getting darker and the days are getting shorter, Specsavers staff look to give people the flexibility and the right opportunity to schedule an eye test.
At least every two years
A person’s eye sight should be tested at least once every two years to ensure that any sight deterioration or eye condition does not go undetected. This also allows optometrists to check that people with pre-existing sight conditions have the most accurate and up-to-date prescriptions and treatment.
The Specsavers store in Aldershot keep their doors open to all customers on Monday through to Sunday, to ensure that customers are not limited by needing to schedule an eye appointment on a specific day. Sunday opening hours are from 09:30am to 16:30pm.