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Good news has recently confirmed that Reynolds & Slater Opticians, who many will know in Penzance, have now opened a second practice in Falmouth.
To show support for their valued Eyecare Partners, representatives of the Cornish Pirates, namely players Dan Frost, Callum Patterson and Matt Bolwell have this week visited the new practice at 23-27 Berkeley Vale, Falmouth. The players were warmly welcomed as was the club’s media officer Phil Westren when he called by Reynolds & Slater in Penzance to collect his new varifocal glasses. Phil commented:
From my initial appointment to collecting my glasses I was mightily impressed with the welcome, friendliness, professionalism and efficiency displayed by all the staff at Reynolds & Slater. Excuse the obvious, but it really was an eye opener!
For general awareness, Reynolds & Slater Opticians offer:
Our optometrists and dispensing staff have been trained to the highest standards and continue to expand their knowledge and skills to ensure that you receive the best possible care.
Reynolds & Slater Opticians have been looking after the eyes of people in West Cornwall for over 30 years and our current practice team has over 150 years of experience in providing excellent eye care.
We were the first Opticians in Cornwall to offer disposable contact lenses, OCT scanning in practice, the Varilux X series varifocal lens, the Prevencia coating and Blephex treatment. We continue to add to the services and products we offer.
We pride ourselves in providing the right eye care solution for each individual. We are not tied to any supplier but are free to choose from the best available.
From babies to great-grand-parents, the fit and active to the less able, contact lens and glasses wearers to those who need more specialised vision solutions, we are a true Community Optician.
Reynolds& Slater Opticians are located at 48 Market Jew Street, Penzance and at 23-27 Berkeley Vale, Falmouth.
For further information please either telephone 01736-366239, email [email protected] or visit www.reynoldsopticians.com
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