Wednesday, March 3, 2021

O’Brien’s Opticians remains open for all your eyewear needs

O’Brien’s Opticians in Brigg remains open for eye examinations and all your eyewear needs.

Moreover, the opticians, based on Wrawby Street, is also accepting new patients. So, if your usual opticians is currently closed due to the pandemic, you can book at appointment with O’Brien’s instead.

Now is an ideal time to be visiting as Brigg is very quiet so there’s plenty of parking available. And public transport in and out of Brigg is currently running as normal.

The opticians is anticipating a full diary once lockdown ends, so why not beat the rush. Call 01652 653595 or visit the website to book an appointment now.

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