Wednesday, December 2, 2020

O’Brien’s Opticians is now open for Kirton Lindsey patients

O’Brien’s Opticians in Brigg is opening its doors to former customers of Kirton Lindsey Opticians following the closing of the popular optician.

The closure comes with the retirement of optometrist Garry Crome. To ensure continuity of former customer’s eyecare, all the notes from Kirton Lindsey Opticians have been passed on to O’Brien’s.

Since its inception, Kirton Lindsey Opticians has been providing high-quality independent eye care, and Garry is confident this will continue in the safe hands in Brigg.

O’Brien’s Opticians are passionately independent and widely respected and renowned. They were finalists and runners-up in the UK opticians awards for ‘Independent Practice of the Year 2017’. Moreover, the resident optometrist, Dr Sheeraz Janjua, was a finalist and runner-up in the UK Optometrist of the year 2018.

Kirton Lindsey Opticians’ former phone number, 01652 649024, will travel to its new location in Brigg. Eye examination reminders for former customers will now come from O’Brien’s.

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