Please bring your NHS card or benefits booklet as evidence of entitlement. You are entitled to an NHS Sight Test at intervals specified by the NHS; an eye examination within that interval may incur a charge.


Changes in NHS regulations since 2001 mean that we may require evidence of NHS eligibility.

Find out if you’re eligible for help on the NHS below

Who qualifies for NHS spectacle vouchers?

  • Children under 16
  • Full time students under 19
  • Those receiving Income based benefits, i.e. Income Support, Working Families Tax Credit, Income Based Job Seekers Allowance and Pension Credit Guarantee Credit.
  • Those holding Form HC2/3
  • Those with a complex lens prescription (partial help)

Persons not in the above list but on low income may still get help. Please ask for Form HC1 in advance of your appointment.

Who qualifies for an NHS Sight Test?

  • All on the list to the left
  • Over 60s
  • People with diabetes or glaucoma
  • People over 40 with immediate family history of glaucoma
  • Those registered blind or partially sighted

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