Blenkinsop Optometrists have been independent for over 45 years. This independence allows us to tailor our business to the individual needs of our clients. We offer a totally professional service, supplying quality spectacles, ophthalmic lenses, and contact lenses. Using state of the art equipment allows our professional staff to deliver the highest standards of service and eye care.


Contact Details

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  City Goole
  Postcode DN14 6BP
  Address 71 Pasture Rd
  Phone Number 014 0576 3439

From Our Website

Our team of highly qualified Optometrists are passionate about offering you a great customer experience. Between them they have completed further Optometric qualifications such as Certificates in Glaucoma and managing Minor Eye Conditions. As such we are able to offer our patients Enhanced services such as Glaucoma Referral Refinement Schemes, Ocular hypertensive monitoring schemes and Community Ophthalmic Referral Refinement Schemes that can help detect and manage conditions such as red eyes, dry eyes and flashes and floaters.


Please select one of the eye conditions listed for more information about it including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. If you have any queries about any of these eye conditions or would like to book an appointment to see an eye specialist, please don't hesitate to contact us on on Garforth 0113 2862909 or Goole on 01405 763439.


Our highly qualified dispensing team are passionate about helping you choose your eyewear. We offer everything from bespoke spectacles to spectacles for those looking for a more affordable option that doesn't compromise on style. We realise that you like to choose your spectacles in a relaxed, non-pressure environment and we take time with you to ensure you make the right choice and leave us wearing a pair of spectacles you love! We have a large range of eyewear that offers our customers a choice of the latest designer frames from brands such as Ray-ban, Superdry and Michael Kors through to some names you might not be familiar with such as Etnia Barcelona and Lindberg.


If you are starting with cataracts you may notice your vision becoming misty and less clear. You may also notice that you're more easily dazzled by vehicle headlights, or that objects appear less colourful. You may have more difficulty seeing in poor light. You may need to change the prescription of your glasses more regularly than usual. At first your optometrist may be able to prescribe new glasses that will help with changes to your vision caused by the cataract or you may be advised to read in brighter light.