Optician opens second branch in North Lincolnshire
Norfolk Optics has opened a new branch in Brigg
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 14 Jul 2017
A new optician practice has opened its doors in Brigg.
Following its success in Ashby, Norfolk Optics has opened a new branch in the market town in the last month.
Richard and his family have run the Ashby branch for 13 years and say they have received a brilliant welcome after opening the Brigg branch.
And Richard said he hoped the people of Brigg would love the service and affordability offered by Norfolk Optics.
He said: "I feel that this is the right time for me to open another branch in the area.
"We would like to provide expert advice, budget and designer spectacles, quality at realistic prices and a fast, efficient service.
"We have access to a full glazing facility at Ashby, which means glasses may be ready the next day, depending on lens type and prescription."
Glasses have become more and more popular over the years, with people choosing them as a fashion accessory as well as a necessity, and choosing the right pair can be very daunting with so many places to go to.
But Norfolk Optics say by visiting one of its stores, customers will find experienced friendly staff who will be able to answer any of their questions and even if they can't find the frame they are looking for, Richard said he aims to do his best to source and find a suitable option.
The new branch at Brigg is currently providing frames and lenses for adults on a "bring your own prescription" basis, and is hoping it will be looking to start providing eye testing facilities and children's dispensing in 2018.
The branch's opening hours are 9.30am to 4pm on weekdays and 9.30am to 3pm on Saturdays. It is closed all day on Wednesdays.
To make an appointment or ask any questions, call 01652 653710 or visit 5 Bridge Street, Brigg, North Lincolnshire DN20 8LN
To book an eye examination at the Ashby branch, call 01724 867117
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