Lesley Cree Opticians
9b Main Road,
Radcliffe on Trent,
Nottinghamshire, NG12 2FD
Tel: 0115 933 2999
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30
Sat 9.00-12.30

Latest news from Lesley Cree Opticians - Month: July 2014

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Five hayfever tips for contact lens wearers

With the sunshine finally making an appearance, here is some timely advice for contact lens wearers from Lesley Cree opticians in Radcliffe on Trent. With the sunshine finally making an appearance, here is some timely advice for contact lens wearers from Lesley Cree opticians in Radcliffe…

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Radcliffe on Trent optician says eye care is as important as exam study

According to Radcliffe on Trent Optician Lesley Cree, students will spend week revising, culminating in further weeks of exams – a strain which may make them mis-read the exam paper if their eye sight has been affected by too much reading! It…

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Radcliffe optician warns data overload will lead to poor eye-sight

In the 21st century most newly created words find their roots in technology. iPads, iPods, wifi, smart phone: Our world now revolves around electronic gadgets and the data they give us. Radcliffe optician Lesley Cree advises on eye care and warns of the damaging…

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Radcliffe opticians visits schools to warn of UV ray dangers to young eyes

As the school summer holidays draws ever closer, children across Nottingham are getting ready to spend time outside soaking up the sun. In preparation for the warmer months, Radcliffe Optician, Lesley Cree has visited local schools to raise awareness of the ever…

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Radcliffe on Trent optician supports National Glaucoma Awareness Week

Radcliffe on Trent Opticians Lesley Cree supports national glaucoma awareness week. Glaucoma is an eye disorder and nationwide, opticians are urging people to have a regular eye health test, particularly if they are at increased risk of developing the disease. People of African-Caribbean origin…

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Schools out for summer – eye test in Nottingham way down list of priorities

With children about to break up from school, the use of devices such as tablets and laptops will be a common place school holiday activity to watch films, for on-line gaming and catching up with friends on social media because they don’t…

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