Never before has the importance of having regular eye tests and contact lens check-ups been more evident. A woman going for a check-up before having cataract surgery was discovered to have 27 contact lenses stuck in her eye.
After poring through an overwhelming number of fantastic entries, we’re pleased to announce Harriet Braun and her cat Presley as our #LoveYourPetsEyes winners! Harriet’s prize is a £250 Amazon voucher, and we’ve made a donation of £250 to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in her name.
Lenstore has launched a competition as part of our campaign with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
1. How to enter Post the photo and caption on Twitter with the hashtag #LoveYourPetsEyes. Through the use of this hashtag, you are formally accepting the following terms and conditions.
We are proud to announce that Lenstore has partnered with The Depaul Box Company charity, and we now source all our boxes from them. This means that every order at Lenstore helps young homeless people in the UK, so that they don’t have to sleep on the street on a cardboard box.
The discussion around the future of British retail raises questions that the nation has never been faced with before. Historically, retail has always been centered around High Streets and markets, but this has changed dramatically over recent years.
The Welsh government has begun a drive to encourage people with eye problems to visit their local Optician, rather than General Practitioners or Accident and Emergency departments.
At Lenstore, we spend every working day trying to make our customers’ shopping experience better. We know that the best way to make this possible is to listen to their feedback, and take care of their needs.