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    Buster Danog
    Best place to go for an eye test?
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    • 2nd May 09, 8:39 PM
    Best place to go for an eye test? 2nd May 09 at 8:39 PM
    I made an appointment with a local optician for an eye test, but I'm concerned they will pressure me to buy glasses with them if I do go there. I am on benefits right now so my eye test will be free. After I had made that appointment I was told that Dolland and Atchinson offer free subsidised glasses if you are on benefits. Does anyone know if Boots do the same or any others?

    I am hoping I won't need glasses at all as I have never needed them before but my sight for looking at things in the distance has become worse in the last year, hence me deciding to get an eyesight test.
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