Penzer Opticians will be open and closed as follows over the Christmas and New Year period:
Monday 23 December – open 09.00 to 17.30
Tuesday 24 December – open 09.00 to 13.00
Wednesday 25 December – closed
Thursday 26 December – closed
Friday 27 December – open 09.00 to 13.00
Saturday 28 December – closed
Sunday 29 December – closed
Monday 30 December – open 09.00 to 13.00
Tuesday 31 December – open 09.00 to 13.00
Wednesday 1 January – closed
Thursday 2 January – open 09.00 to 17.30
Normal opening hours as usual thereafter.
An estimated 2,900 road casualties are caused by poor vision every year. Much more can be done to help to make our roads safer.
The Don’t swerve a sight test campaign is about reminding all drivers to have regular sight tests. It’s the easiest way of making sure your vision meets the legal standard and is road safe.
Some things to think about:
– Sight often deteriorates slowly so you may not even notice a change to your vision
– Driving with eyesight below the legal standard is dangerous to yourself and others
– Have a sight test every two years, and encourage other drivers to as well
– Making an appointment with an independent optometrist suhc as Penzers is easy and pain free
Let’s change the law and make our roads safer Read more “Road safety campaign 2019 – don’t swerve an eyesight campaign”
The Midlands Enterprise Awards organised by SME News reward and recognise the hardworking individuals and firms hailing from the Midlands region for their innovation and excellence in their business practice as well as their outstanding overall performance. Recently Penzer Opticians was announced as a winner in these prestigious awards as a leading local independent opticians.
The Midlands, home to over ten million people, hosting eight hundred thousand businesses is the heart of England. Many of these smaller, yet influential businesses to the region, often go overlooked, despite their achievements, missing out on the recognition they so richly deserve. Read more “Penzer Opticians announced as a winner in the 2019 Midlands Enterprise Awards”
The aetiology of myopia is multifactorial, involving interplay between environmental and genetic factors. The recent precipitous rise in myopia prevalence, however, is believed to be the consequence of environmental and lifestyle change. Decreased time outdoors, urbanisation, increased time spent in education and time spent reading continuously or in long periods of close work, have been identified as risk factors for myopia onset or progression. In the midst of a technological age, children are now exposed to another possible environmental risk factor for myopia – digital devices.
Smartphones, tablets and computers are widely used at a very early age in both home and school environments. Read more “Small screen smartphone addiction is a big risk for eye health”