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  • New Autumn range from Wolf Eyewear

    Posted on 29 August 2017
    Express yourself and reveal your wild side with Wolf eyewear. Our lightweight frames are designed with you in mind to offer comfort and style at an affordable price.      
  • William Morris Black Label Frames – new for Autumn

    Posted on 29 August 2017
    William Morris Black Label: High quality on-trend styles and refined detailing for sophisticated men and women.  
  • William Morris Sunglasses

    Posted on 29 August 2017
  • Varilux Upgrade – Autumn 2016

    Posted on 2 September 2016
    Essilor Physio Varilux lenses give you sharper details, brighter colours, better contrast and greater comfort – whatever the distance and whatever the light conditions. During October and November, we are offering a free upgrade from Essilor Comfort lenses to Physio. Come and see us for more details! Find out more…  
  • Chloé Eyewear Collection – New for 2017

    Posted on 9 November 2015
    The Chloé Eyewear Collection captures the fluid femininity of the brand, taking inspiration from their seasonal ready to wear collection, accessories and iconic pieces which showcase the Chloé brand’s superior use of foundational colours and textures.  
  • Opening of our New Premises

    Posted on 31 October 2015
    On 28 October, Anne Jones MBE, Mayor of Burgess Hill formally opened our new premises on Church Road. We all enjoyed a glass of champagne to celebrate. We’re thrilled with the new shop and look forward to seeing you all there soon.  
  • We have Moved!

    Posted on 20 September 2015
    We are delighted to announce that Gardiner Opticians have moved to our lovely new premises at 9 Church Road (previously Dockerills) in October. Over the last few months our fantastic builders, Robert Simpson Construction, have been carefully excavating the basement to provide us with the extra space we need to cater for our customers and fitting out the building to make a spacious, modern practice. The concept for the basement conversion was conceived by our architect Daryl Gowlett of Clive Voller Associates.  Only a few months ago we climbed down a precarious ladder into a damp basement, wondering if we could ever make the space work. But Daryl could immediately see […]