Eyecare experts from Specsavers in St Albans are calling on local residents to get ready to soak up the city’s heritage during this September’s Heritage Open Days.
From the Verulamium Museum to the Clock Tower, there’s lots to see and do from Thursday 7 September – Sunday 10 September, and the local eyecare specialists are encouraging specs and lens wearers to ensure their prescriptions are up to date ahead of the festivities.
A word from the store
Amar Sharma, optometrist and director at Specsavers in St Albans said: ‘Hertiage Open Days showcase some of the best sights St Albans has to offer. We, at Specsavers, want to make sure you can enjoy the festivities to the full by making time for any overdue eye tests ahead of the festival.
‘Or if you don’t manage in advance but you’re in the area during the festival itself, seize the opportunity to make time for your eye test too.
Monitor general eye health
‘We want to get to the point where people of all ages adopts eye tests as part of the regular healthcare routines, visiting us in store at least once every two years. Remember, we can support any changes in your vision and monitor your general eye health too.’
Find out more about Heritage Open Days in St Albans here.