The team in Lymington have been looking after the eye health of the local community for the last eight years and the store is now undergoing a re-fit to further provide the best eye and hearing care to residents.
The re-fit will see the addition of a brand new optical consulting room, which will allow opticians to see up to 50% more customers every week. The new-look store will also house a dedicated hearing test room, fitted with a state-of-the-art hearing booth. The redesigned shop floor will welcome the introduction of iPads which will be used to give a more personal and flexible approach to each customer’s needs.
The store will continue to service customers’ needs during the renovation with the town Mayor, deputy Mayor, Jay Self and Ailsa Walter from the charity, Gift of Sight, officially opening its additional services on Saturday 16th July.