For some people, getting into Specsavers Tunbridge Wells unaccompanied for an eye test can be difficult.

And regular eye tests really matter, as nearly all half of all sight loss can actually be prevented*.

Here to help

Fortunately, if you or a relative is unable to make it into the Mount Pleasant Road store unaccompanied, Specsavers might be able to help you out.

That is because they run a home visiting service in the local area – which the Tunbridge Wells team have been promoting to customers over the last month. They can visit customers in their own home, or in a residential or care home.

Qualified and experienced

Ian Hyland, store director in Tunbridge Wells, said: ‘We have a qualified and experienced team locally who can do the same eye test we can in store in the comfort of your own living room. And they take a great range of glasses with them, so you will be able to pick the right look for you at the right price too.

‘So if you, or a relative, has not had an eye test for a while but cannot get into the store, why not get in touch.’

* Source: RNIB and Specsavers State of the Nation Report - Eye Health September 2017.

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