This is one of the two practices that form P & A M Fletcher Opticians Ltd., the other being A M Fletcher Opticians in Romford. Paul Fletcher has worked in Westcliff for many years before opening this practice in 2008.

Please note that we close for lunch from 12.30 - 1.30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Serviced Areas

  • Leigh on Sea, Westcliff on Sea, Southend, Benfleet

Contact Details

  City Leigh-on-Sea
  Postcode SS9 2UH
  Address 1346 London Road
  Phone Number 017 0271 6750

  • I would recommend this business

I have been going to Paul Fletcher for many years now, my Daughter was about 7 when I took her to see him she is now 38 and still going. What you get from Paul is rare nowadays and that is a "personal service". There is not much in life more important than your eyesight and to have an option you can trust is invaluable.

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Customer Testimonials

Very helpful. I went in after hurting my eye, I was given a free exam to make sure I hadn't done anything too bad. Thank you

From Our Website

We will be contacting our patients when we have appointments available for routine sight tests depending upon specific criteria.

We are situated on the south side of London Road, Leigh on Sea, close to the junction with Hadleigh Road. The stops for buses running along London Road are nearby. There is free parking on both sides of London Road for up to an hour and unlimited in the side roads, Herschell Road and Leigh Gardens. Please telephone for an appointment - if I am unable to answer please leave a message & I will respond as soon as possible. Links Avenue is off Main Road, Gidea Park, near to St. Michael's Church and "The Ship".

Oh for the days when there were just glass or plastic lenses! Now there are 4 different basic types of glass and 4 different basic types of plastic. A comparison of the thickness of 3 types of plastic can be seen below. Add to that polycarbonate and other safety materials and you can see how complicated it has become. Not only that but there are special lens "forms" which are designed to minimise thickness. After that you can consider photochromic materials which change in the sun and all the various colours of tinted lenses available.