9 November 2016
BBR Optometry is currently offering 30% off DriveSafe spectacle lenses from leading lens manufacturer ZEISS – but the offer is only running until the end of December so you need to act quickly t... [More]
20 October 2016
BBR is delighted to announce that its patients can now benefit from the latest lenses specially designed to make driving easier and safer – Rodenstock Road.
These lenses have been developed for... [More]
18 October 2016
BBR Optometry welcomes a new cornea treatment developed by scientists that will reduce the need for donor tissue transplants and help save people’s sight.
Corneas are one of the major causes of... [More]
13 October 2016
BBR Optometry is supporting today's World Sight Day (WSD) which aims to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment as well as raise awareness of the importance of regular eye examinatio... [More]
4 October 2016
BBR Optometry is delighted to announce that chairman Nick Rumney has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Association of British Dispensing Opticians (ABDO) in recognition of his services to the... [More]
30 September 2016
BBR Optometry is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted in the Association of Optometrists [AOP] Awards 2016.
Dedicated to recognising the highest levels of achievement in UK optics, the ... [More]
28 September 2016
BBR is pleased to announce that is it currently offering patients a FREE upgrade to ColorMatic IQ® lenses from leading spectacle manufacturer, Rodenstock.
Anyone who purchases new lenses with a S... [More]
23 September 2016
BBR optometry welcomes the innovation of a UK-based company that envisions a headset and smartphone app that could one day monitor the eye condition glaucoma – one of the commonest causes of sig... [More]
22 September 2016
As part of National Eye Health Week (September 19-25), BBR optometrist is advocating abandoning your glasses and sleeping off short-sightedness with a novel treatment.
Laura Reece is using a system o... [More]
21 September 2016
BBR optometrist Jessica MacIsaac is working on developing a better eye care treatment plan for vulnerable groups of patients as part of her studies for a PhD at Aston University.
As part of National ... [More]