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Back to school offers

Back to school offers

Frame suppliers International Eyewear and Pennine Optical have both launched promotions to coincide with children returning to school for the new term

opti Munich extends show training programme

opti Munich organisers increase exhibitor training

Organisers of the opti Munch trade show have increased support and training services for the event in 2015 (January 9-11)

ORK collection for fashion concious teens

ORK collection for fashion concious teens

Orange Eyewear has expanded its fashion-led ORK collection aimed at children and teenagers


Boots offers full time places to all of its pre-reg optometrists

Boots Opticians has offered full time places as qualified optometrists to all of the pre-registration optometrists it took on in the past year.

Porsche Design stockists on track wirth Rodenstock

Porsche Design stockists on track with Rodenstock

Nearly 20 of Rodenstock’s leading Porsche Design customers were recently treated to a high octane day out at the Porsche Driving Experience Centre Silverstone

Fleye sets the two tone

Fleye sets the two-tone with new collection

Danish eyewear brand Fleye has released a new two-tone themed ophthalmic frame collection

Obituary: Philip Cookson

Obituary: Philip Cookson

The FMO is sorry to report the death of Lieutenant-Commander Philip Cookson, 82 (pictured), secretary of the UK optical trade association from 1988 to the mid-1990s

Hospital faces cataract compensation claims

Hospital faces cataract complications claims

Dozens of patients that received outsourced cataract surgery on the NHS have been left with impaired vision, pain and discomfort

John Lewis looks to optics (Credit: Geoff Moore/Rex)

John Lewis trials own-brand opticians

Department store plans to open two John Lewis Opticians as the latest step in expanding its retail offer in store

Oraya Therapy sq

Sheffield hospital becomes first in the NHS to offer non-invasive AMD therapy

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has become the first NHS hospital to offer a new non-invasive treatment for wet age-related macular degeneration.