The Mayor, Cllr Barry Dunning, was in town to cut the ribbon for a newly refurbished facility to serve the community’s optical and audiological needs.
Lymington Specsavers re-opened its doors to the public on Saturday 16 July, following a massive makeover which sees the introduction of the very latest technology - such as iPads to give a more personal and flexible approach to dispensing for customers. There is also a brand new consulting room, which will allow opticians to see up to 50% more customers every week and a dedicated hearing test room, fitted with a state-of-the-art hearing booth.
A welcome addition
Optical director, Neil Constantine-Smith, says that his team were delighted to welcome, not only the town mayor, but also his deputy¬ Cllr Anne Corbridge, paediatric ophthalmic surgeon, Jay Self, and Ailsa Walters from the charity, Gift of Sight, to the opening.
He added: ‘We’ve worked closely with the Gift of Sight since we first opened eight years ago and look forward to continue to grow this relationship. We are very happy with the look of the new space, and thrilled to have the very latest technology. It will provide local residents with a greater level of service.’
Improvements for the community
Specsavers in Lymington has been looking after the eye health of the local community for the last eight years and has undergone this re-fit to further provide the best eye and hearing care to residents.
To book an eye or ear examination at Specsavers Lymington, please visit the store at 71 High Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9AL or call 01590 647 350