Opticians in Berkshire

List of Berkshire based opticians, optometrists and ophthalmologists offering professional eye care, exams and tests.

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We offer you an alternative. A world where we treat your eyes like they were our own. Thorough eye examinations - clearly explained. A fantastic range of spectacles and sunglasses to make you look and feel great. The best and most comfortable contact lenses - all delivered with excellent and qualified advice.


Go into any of our branches and take a look at the massive range of designer and non-designer frames on display. Immediately, you'll realise that Leightons have exactly what you want. But don't forget that our dispensing opticians are not only trained to supply lenses which will give ultimate optical performance, but also to fit frames to faces and make the most of colour, shape and style - to give


Walker & Campbell is an independent practice based in Burnham Village in Buckinghamshire. Our ethos is to provide the most professional eye care but in a personal and caring way. As independent opticians, we are free to select the best products from many manufacturers giving our patients a wide range of eyewear with quality frames and lenses at competitive prices.



The Eye Academy is an independent Opticians which is owned and run by two experienced Optometrists. We started in Windsor in 2001 and in December 2007 opened our second branch in Guildford. The practices combine both clinical excellence and high fashion. We have one of the largest and most up to date range of glasses and sunglasses outside of London.


We are an Independent Optometry Practice offering the highest standard of care. We provide private and NHS examinations as well as a full range of contact lenses and spectacles. Every patient is an individual, and as an individual your eye examination will be tailored to your specific requirements. You will always see the same friendly staff and have your eye examination carried out by the same person.


Any deterioration in the eyesight can be so gradual that it sometimes goes unnoticed. That is why a regular examination is so important and can help give clues to general health as well as eye sight conditions. Leightons recommend a regular examination, usually every one or two years, as a vital part of heath care for all the family.