You’ll find us located on the High Street in Ware, Herts (No 61), the pink building with the clock. Our practice has 4 examination rooms and comfortable waiting area plus plenty of spectacles and sunglasses to choose from as well as comprehensive range of accessories and eye care products.
There are numerous car parks located near the practice. (Tesco car park offers 2 hours free parking – ideal if you have an appointment), or alternatively, the Ware Library car park and Kibes Lane car park offer 30 mins free parking (or pay and display for longer periods).
Please do make sure that you allow for plenty of time when you have an eye examination appointment as occasionally we may not run fully to time and some examinations can take slightly longer than 40 mins.
Public transport is also available with a bus stop right near the practice, and the Ware train station (approximately 10 mins walk).
We have a fabulous lift which gives our practice full disabled access.
Our comprehensive eye tests and contact lens checks are performed by qualified optometrists using the very latest equipment.
A test lasts approximately 40 mins (in most cases) and is completely pain-free.
Our friendly team will ensure that you are comfortable throughout the test, and will advise on changes in your prescription (if applicable) and available options for lenses/spectacles.
We happily see both private and NHS patients. Please look below to see whether you qualify for an NHS examination. Both private and NHS patients will receive a fully comprehensive check-up, but there are some additional tests which may be offered to you which will incur a fee. If you fit into one of the NHS categories please try to have your details to hand when you visit the practice.
For more information on associated costs and vouchers available, please look below.
You may qualify for an NHS funded eye examination if one of the following applies to you:
You may qualify for NHS help towards spectacles or contact lenses if one of the following apply to you:
For more information on costs please look under Fees.
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I originally set myself this challenge for a giggle, and simply because it’s there.
It now seems wholly appropriate to raise some money for a worthy cause as well.
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On Sunday 29th April, a team from Aves Optometrists jumped into their local pools to raise money for Marie Curie, Cancer Research UK and the Swimathon Foundation.
James Turner, Wendy d’E Vallancey and her 2 children, Samuel and Charlotte all swam 5K each in support of these 3 important charities.
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