We are a local, independent group of five full-time busy practices around Nottingham, providing friendly and professional services to the surrounding communities. We have been trading for 50 years now, established in 1956 by Tom and Brenda Bond, their vision was to provide an unrivalled level of professional eye-care and service. Tom Bond still practices within the group as a consultant optometrist.


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  City Nottingham
  Postcode NG2 6ER
  Address 130 Melton Road, West Bridgford
  Phone Number 0115 981 2844

  • I would recommend this business

Thomas bond have helped my daughter so very much recently. They discovered she has very poor vision in one eye and when my hospital appointment for her got cancelled they sorted it straight away and she got the most fantastic glassses that she loves to bits!! Cant recommend these guys at Bingham enough. Lovely staff and first class service A******

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  • I would recommend this business

I came into Thomas bond looking for some sunglasses and was greeted by a lovely young lady named Nikki. She was very professional and helpful and made my visit a pleasure and stressless, I will be highly recommending you to all my family and friends! I'm also very very happy with my new raybans. Thanks again.

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  • I would recommend this business

I Have been going to Thomas Bonds for the past 10 years for my eye care the staff are so nice and friendly . I wouldn't go anywhere else Brilliant customer service !!!

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From Our Website

Optometrist position, possibility for either self-employed or employed, days and times to be discussed, from March 2021 due to retirement. For further information please contact liz@thomasbond.co.uk. If you are interested in a position with us please send a copy of your up-to-date CV to liz@thomasbond.co.uk.


Some children may have vision screening done at school (between the ages of four and five). However, the earlier any problems are picked up, the better the outcome. If there are problems and they are not picked up at an early age, the child may have permanently reduced vision in one or both eyes. If you have any concerns about your child's eyes, or if there is a history of squint or lazy eye in the family, do not wait for the vision screening at school. Take your child to a local optometrist for a sight test.