Festive opening hours and contact lens supplies over the festive period - Cameron Optometry Edinburgh | Cameron Optometry
Our festive opening hours and contact lens re-ordering

Our festive opening hours and contact lens re-ordering

Posted on 15th December 2016

Opening hours

Please note our festive opening hours below. Should you have an eye care emergency, you can call our main line 0131 225 2235 and listen to the answering machine where you will be provided with emergency, out-of-hours contact details.

Festive opening hours

Contact lens re-ordering

Please ensure you have plenty contact lenses to last you until the middle of January. Whilst we are open some of our supplier are not and disruption to postage is expected due to the Post Office strike. So please order all the contact lenses you expect you will need over the festive period. You can do so by calling 0131 225 2235 or by filling out our contact lens re-order form here.


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