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David Cleworth

David Cleworth

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Novelty Contact Lenses - Know the Risks

At this time of year, we get many people asking about novelty contact lenses. With lots of Halloween parties and events going on, it's a popular accessory, but there are true-to-life horrors that come with it...

Walter and Herbert

In September 1946, two young entrepreneurs partnered to create Optoplast Manufacturing Company Limited. In the 40 years that followed, Walter Conway and Herbert Thorn enjoyed great success as they developed technology such as the PIMO machine, an innovation that would shape the way spectacles were manufactured worldwide.

Today, James Conway and Daniel Thorn are continuing this legacy. Using seven decades of industry experience, they have created their own collection of frames using materials and techniques that would make Walter and Herbert proud. The Walter and Herbert collection is stocked at your Battle, Bexhill and Seaford stores.

Glitz and Glamour!

Last night, our very own MD, Jeremy Heynes, attended a rather special awards ceremony at the Cavendish Hotel in Eastbourne. It was the 2017 East Sussex Women in Business Awards, where Barracloughs sponsored the 'Employer of the Year' category.

Win a Fruit and Veg Hamper!

Every September we see National Eye Health Week take place, a national awareness campaign to help us all enjoy healthier vision. Too many of us take the gift of sight for granted, so sometimes we just need a little reminder as to just how lucky we are.

Savings for Parents!

Mums, dads and guardians! September is here! The children are almost back to school - will you miss your little cherubs or are you looking forward to some well-needed sanity? September also sees National Eye Health Week (18th - 24th) and to celebrate this great cause, we have a special month-long offer for you...

The Benefits of OCT

It's not just your vision we care about, it's your health too. With an OCT eye health scan, we can detect numerous diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, age related macular degeneration and much more...

Vision Aid Overseas

Restoring sight is the single most cost effective health intervention to reduce poverty, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Vision Aid Overseas have been helping some of the poorest people in the world to see clearly since 1985. Whether a teacher in Ghana, a seamstress in Zambia, or a school pupil in Ethiopia, poor eye sight can have a devastating impact on a persons life and livelihood.

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