Haine & Smith provided free eye examinations and spectacles when required to homeless people in Salisbury on June 24 after the independent hosted its third pop-up centre.

Anna Lewin, clinical lead optometrist and partner at Haine & Smith, said: ‘As Alabaré Place is bigger than the other two homes we’ve visited, we brought two sets of equipment to make sure we could help as many of the residents as possible. A massive thank you needs to go to Thomson Software who have supplied us with the equipment each time, to support these clinics going ahead.’

Haine & Smith tested 15 people at Alabaré, a local homeless charity, including Henry who said his new spectacles would make a big difference to his life.

‘I wouldn’t have been able to walk into one of their shops due to my anxiety. So, them coming here, and the follow up support with the free glasses is phenomenal,’ he said.