We hope everyone is keeping well and we send our love and blessings to everyone from the team at Templeman Opticians.
Family run In dependant Mobile Opticians Est. since 1970
Essex, Saffron Walden, Braintree, colchester, Harwich, clacton on Sea, Walton-on-naze, Harlow, Witham, Chelmsford, Billericay, Brentwood, Basildon, Grays, Southend-on-sea & Stansted.
Below are the benefits you will receive from us as a small Essex based family run business;
We specialise in home visit eye care focused on improving the eye care of people over 60!
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Lesley Young – 20 Feb 2020
I have used Templeman opticians for years now and put my complete faith in them.. my lenses are the best I’ve ever had and wouldn’t have any other type.. cannot fault the advice, the customer service and friendliness I’ve received over the years from this opticians.. would highly reccomend…
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Carole Fowler – 17 Jan 2020
Excellent service, friendly, helpful staff, lovely people. Loved the new digital varifocals, so pleased with our new glasses ! Very pleased we found Templeman mobile Opticians. Nevermind Specsavers, go to Templemans!!! Also helped reglaze my old frames, very happy with them. Wouldn’t go anywhere else now xxx
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Trudi Holloway – 1 Jan 2020
I have been using this friendly family run business for quite a few years. Easy access to appointments, latest technology for eye tests and a brilliant variety of, competitively priced,branded frames. Excellent aftercare service for adjustments/repairs etc.
And you fall into one of the categories for a free NHS sight test listed below:
or you (or your partner) are receiving the following benefits or credits:
Templeman Opticians is based in rayleigh, in the heart of Essex of England.
your telephone call will be answered by either Wendy or Fred Templeman both partners of an indepedant family run business.
They will be more than happy to answer all your questions and to book an appointment.
you will receive a complete home eye examination and health check, usually taking between 30 to 50 mins.
After your eye test in home our optician will discuss the results and also give you a copy of your prescription.
With over 1000 different glasses frame styles, brands, variations, sizes and colours.
Our Home visiting opticians are fully qualified and experienced in conducting eye care & eye tests at home.
When your new glasses are ready you will receive a call from wendy arranging a date and time thats convenient with you to deliver your new glasses.
Then you will receive another home visit to deliver them and ensure they fit comfortably from our dispensing optician.
Not everyone who has an home eye tests needs a new pair of glasses. However, if your prescription has changed or you’d like to update your glasses, you can choose from a wide range of frames and lenses in the comfort of your own home.
Your optician will not rush you and will always make sure that they help you find the right pair of glasses that suits you best.
After this your opticians will discuss your different lens options and tell you the total price with no hidden extras. Using your NHS Optical Voucher could not be easier.
Because our eyesight changes as we get older, almost all of us will need to wear glasses or contact lenses by the time we’re 65.
If you have regular eye tests, wear the right lenses and look after your eyes, there’s a better chance your sight will remain clear.
Have regular eye tests
An eye test is not just good for checking whether your glasses are up-to-date. It’s also a vital check on the health of your eyes.
An eye test can pick up eye diseases, such as glaucoma and cataracts, as well as general health problems, including diabetes and high blood pressure.
The good news is that if you’re 60 or over, you can have a free NHS eye (sight) test as often as you need one.
to find out more about eye tests.
Wear the right lenses
An eye test will establish whether you need a different prescription for your glasses or contact lenses.
It’s important to wear the correct prescription lenses. This will improve your quality of life and reduce the risk of accidents such as falls.
You may be entitled to help with the cost of NHS glasses or contact lenses, so ask your optician about this.