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Our Value Statement

Our Value Statement

At Newsome Opticians we understand that your sight is precious. We strive to create a warm welcome for all our clients, whether NHS or private, by offering a professional, personal service tailored to each individual. You can be assured that you will have accurately dispensed lenses and correctly fitting and styled frames. All our staff are fully qualified so you can be reassured your vision and health are in the safest of hands. Examining your eyes is only the start of the process as we also screen for other underlying health issues. Daryl and Jane Newsome opened the Ivybridge practice in 1999 and the business has grown to meet customer demand with the Yealmpton branch opening in 2008 and the Totnes branch opening in 2012.
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Eye Tests

Eye Tests

We ensure the well being of your eyes. Our main objective is that you always receive the highest level of personal care and attention, combined with friendly professional advice. You will be sure in the knowledge that nothing has been overlooked in the evaluation of your required prescription. Read More
Frames and Lenses

Frames and Lenses

Our range of frames and lenses are regularly updated to offer you the best in style, functionality and quality, so that everyone from the most discerning youngster to the more fashion conscious adult will find the ones to suit them best. Read More
Services

Services

Your eye sight is a precious sense, and we are continually investing in our staff and optical technology to ensure you receive the highest standards of clinical care.We also provide our customers with an ongoing health check for their frames and lenses, as accidents do happen! Read More

News & Blog

Day 6 – Kids Go Free ›

Early detection and diagnosis of common childhood eye conditions is vital. Sight tests for under 16s are free on the NHS #KidsGoFree #EyeWeek It’s estimated that by the year 2050 more than half of us will be short-sighted. Spending 2hrs a day outdoors has been shown to reduce the risk of myopia (short-sightedness) in children. #EyeWeek #OutdoorPlayHelpsKeepsMyopiaAway

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Day 5 – Screen Fatigue ›

Minimise symptoms of screen fatigue by following the 20-20-20 rule – Look up from your screen every 20 minutes and focus on something 20 feet away for 20 seconds. Visit www.visionmatters.org.uk/TheBigBlink for more eye care advice for screen users #EyeWeek #TheBigBlink I pledge to look up from my screen at 11am on Fr-eye-day 27 September and…

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