Vision Express has officially opened its new look store in the Three Spires Centre in Lichfield with special guest appearances, unveiling state of the art equipment that will bring a cutting edge, complete eye care service to the local community.
Celebrations to mark the store's official opening included a ribbon cut by the Mayor of Lichfield, Councillor Mrs Janet Eagland, and an appearance from youngsters of , who are sponsored by the store. Fundraising activity also took place, with donations going to Vision Express charity partner, the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT). It supports families affected by the childhood eye cancer, retinoblastoma. CHECT member Marie Burden from Rugeley joined the opening party with her son Harry, who has had bilateral retinoblastoma.
Store partners Parvinder Mehta and Sue Sanghera were pleased at how the local community showed support at the opening. Sue said: "We want to thank the local community for joining us in celebrating the opening of our new store. We believe that by moving to new location and upgrading our store, we can continue to provide residents of Lichfield with an environment where they feel comfortable and relaxed, and are confident in getting a first-class optical service. We have over 100 ways to assess your eyes and can tailor an eye test to meet individual needs."
The Lichfield Vision Express store has been open since June 1996, and has a team with more than 35 years optical experience. Vision Express recommends an eye test is carried out every two years, or more frequently if advised by an optician. To book an eye test visit the new look Vision Express store in the Three Spires Centre in Lichfield, call 01543417272or visit www.visionexpress.com
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