Posted on 31st July 2018
New uniform. New shoes. New pencil case. New bag. What about some new glasses to make sure your child looks super smart when they go back to school? We are offering your child, the chance to win their choice of designer eyewear. The winner will meet with one of our eyewear consultants who will guide them, letting them experiment with new styles and new brands to find them frames they love. We’ll then get their chosen frames made up for their prescription using the highest quality lenses available, including anti-scratch for extra durability! If they don’t have an up-to-date prescription, we can book them in for an eye examination too.
We offer the most comprehensive eye examination available, free of charge to children in full-time education, so if your child is due a check up, you can book them in by calling 0131 225 2235 or on our website using our online booking system. Having the right prescription can make such a difference to children in the classroom, helping with reading, concentration, coordination and much more. Children should have their eyes examined at least every two years, and more frequently if they already wear glasses or contact lenses.
Want to win? Simply fill in your details on the form below and follow our Facebook to be in with a chance of winning this prize.
Terms and conditions
The winner will be notified by Monday 20 August 2018.
The winning child must visit the practice in person to choose their frames.
Prize must be redeemed by Friday 19 October 2018.
Competition is open to all children 2-18 years (in full-time education).
No cash alternative.
The name of the winner will be shared on Cameron Optometry’s social media pages.
16th September 2020
Some patients might be interested in this article where Ian Cameron shares his thoughts on prescribing. We were one of the first practices to have an optometrist who could prescribe medication to pati...Read more
26th May 2020
Last week we provided advice on how to prevent your child suffering from digital eyestrain. This week, we're looking at adults, in particular those working from home (most of us at the moment!). Ian...Read more