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Eye Care For Children

Eye tests for children   Eye problems in children can develop at any age and even if there are no clear symptoms, there could still be an underlying condition.   As many as 1 in 5 children have an undetected eye problem, and with a majority of a child’s learning occurring visuall...

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Transitions Lenses

Get set for summer with Transitions lenses at A1 Eyewear    During those long summer days, sunlight can become an issue if you have sight problems.   You will probably find yourself constantly having to change from your regular glasses to your prescription sunglasses as you regula...

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A1 Eyewear is now a proud stockist of the Frozen glasses range. You can choose from a huge selection of plastic and metal frames featuring all of the hit Disney movie’s best-loved characters, including sister act Elsa and Anna! These lovely new children’s glasses are available in six d...

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"Choose Well" Eye Health Campaign

A new campaign has been launched in Wales this week to help save the sight of people with sudden eye problems. Health research shows that, unless people get examined quickly, some eye problems may lead to permanent damage. This could include red eyes, a foreign body in the eye, vision problems tha...

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A1 & SightFirst

Clare Hodkinson of Wrexham opticians A1 Eyewear recently teamed up with SightFirst; a worldwide project carried out by the Lions Clubs International Foundation to fund high-quality, sustainable eye care services. SightFirst concerns itself with all major causes of blindness and vision impairment: c...

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Prescription Glass from Google

It has recently been reported that Google will release four prescription frames designed to work with Google Glass, the search company’s latest innovation. Named after the metal they are made from, the ‘Titanium collection”, have been designed by Google instead of a glasses design...

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