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In response to an increase in public demand, Optical Express has announced plans to make laser eye surgery more accessible by opening a number of dedicated laser eye clinics throughout the UK and Ireland.
Ipswich residents can enjoy laser eye surgery on their doorstep with the recently opened Optical Express clinic at 1-5 Queen Street, Ipswich. Due to the continued investment by Optical Express of over £350 million, the new clinic will benefit from the most recent innovations in laser eye surgery diagnostic technology.
As part of the continued investment by Optical Express of over £350 million to date, Canterbury welcomes the opening of a new laser eye clinic at 14 Butchery Lane, Canterbury.
The latest clinic opening from Optical Express will employ a team of staff who look forward to welcoming new patients and building strong relationships with them and the local community in Canterbury.
Tain and Brora Golf Courses will stage the third of the PGA Optical Express Tour series this coming week, with 18 holes being played on each of the highly-regarded northern links courses.
Following hard on the heels of the second event, which was staged last week at Spey Valley Golf Course, Aviemore, this tournament follows the format of the 36 hole PGA competition played over the same two courses last September, with the first round at Tain on Monday, followed by the second round at Brora on Tuesday.
One of the strongest fields to assemble for a domestic event for many years will be teeing up as the Scottish Professional golf season gets underway on Wednesday, with the 54 hole Optical Express PGA Tour tournament at Ayrshire’s Dundonald Links.
With the exception of PGA Scottish Champion Alan Lockhart, who is due to get married next week, all of the leading Tartan Tour regulars will be present, together with an impressive list of Professionals who have joined the Optical Express Tour.
Leading UK optical retailer Optical Express will join more than a billion people around the world to participate in WWF’s Earth Hour at 8.30pm on Saturday 31st March 2012.
The number one provider of laser eye surgery in the UK currently employs 3000 staff and will switch off all non-essential lights in buildings, clinical facilities and stores as well as signage during Earth Hour 2012. With over 150 locations in the UK alone and a 200 employee strong Glasgow based call centre, Optical Express hope to encourage staff and customers into thinking more about small steps they can take to save the planet.