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Optometrist Completes 700-mile Trek To South Pole

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A welsh optometrist has completed a 60-day, 700-mile trek across Antarctica to raise money for the RNIB, the Guide Dogs and the International Glaucoma Association.

Cameron Hudson arrived at the South Pole, his final destination, with American outdoor pursuits expert and polar guide companion John Huston on January 24.

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Optical Express South Pole Challenge Is Completed

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Cameron Hudson and his team arrived at the South Pole on 24 th January just six days after fellow Brit Richard Dunwoody reached the same target.

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Optical Express Invest 10 Million In Ireland

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Optical Express, a leading provider of laser eye surgery in Europe, with 60 clinics in the UK, Europe and the US, has announced that they will open three new locations in Ireland in Cork, Dublin and Galway in the next 12 months. With an additional investment of €10 million, this will bring the number of Irish operations to six creating up to 60 new jobs.

Optical Express currently operates out of Wellington Road in Dublin, Whitewater Shopping Centre in Kildare and Mahon Point in Cork.

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Optical Express Open Store In Lakeside Shopping Centre, Kent

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Optical Express, a leading provider of laser eye surgery in Europe, has 46 clinics in the UK and Europe. They carry out thousands of laser procedures every week across Europe and their Specialist Surgeons have now performed more then 1,000,000 treatments worldwide. As well as their 46 treatment clinics, Optical Express also have over 100 laser consultation clinics where patients can receive their pre and post operative care.

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Polar Fundraising Challenge Aims To Save Sight

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For many people, a fun-run or a long walk are great ways to combine keeping fit with raising funds for charity. Fewer people, however, would entertain a 700mile ski journey to one of the most inhospitable places on earth – the South Pole.

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