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Totnes Xmas Night Market

Totnes Late Night Christmas Shopping 2017 Ho Ho Ho. Make your way down to the High Street/Fore Street on Tuesday evenings on the 5th, 12th and 19th of December. From 15:30 to 21:30. Lots of stalls selling gifts, food, drinks, accompanied by music and entertainment as Totnes does best

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Ben and Jane attended Careers Event at ICC

Ben Heatly and Jane Wilson both attended the careers event for 2017 held at Ivybridge Community College. Pupils were given a chance to talk to Jane, who is an experienced Dispensing Optician and Contact Lense Practitioner and Ben, who is in his 2nd year of a Dispensing Optician course, and given a first hand understanding…

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Road Safety Awareness Week 2017

  Don’t swerve a sight test. Please give a minute to watch this short informative video.  

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All British brand of Walter & Herbert have arrived at Newsomes

At Newsome Opticians we are very excited to introduce a beautiful collection of frames by Walter & Herbert. Every frame boasts striking colour combinations of the best globally sourced acetates. Smooth contours reminiscent of shapes from the 1940’s make the frames irresistibly tactile. Skilfully crafted in England by specialist technicians who ensure every frame is…

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Halloween contact lens warning!!

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Daryl returns to Chennai, India

Returning to the educational institute was a true pleasure, familiar faces of staff, three years of students, the elder two years very recognisable and memorable from previous visits and a new cohort of first years with record numbers – our training programme grows year in year. We have new purpose built class rooms and optical…

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National Eye Health Week – Day 7

Tobacco smoke causes biological changes in your eyes that can lead to vision loss. The link between smoking and sight loss is as strong as the link between smoking and lung cancer. #EyeWeek

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National Eye Health Week – Day 6

Nutrients found in fish, fruits, vegetables & other wholesome foods are important for good eye health #EyeWeek

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National Eye Health Week – Day 5

Low Autumn sunshine spells danger for your eye health Cumulative UV exposure can increase your risk of suffering sight-threatening eye conditions such as cataracts. #EyeWeek

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National Eye Health Week – Day 4

We spend an average of 8 hours a day staring at screens. Follow the 20-20-20 rule to prevent screen fatigue (dry, sore, tired eyes) #EyeWeek

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