On behalf of the whole team at Alan Tyler Opticians, we’d like to wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
All dressed up for Christmas and looking forward to the festive season!
Come and browse through our handpicked frames selection whilst treating yourself to a mince pie, or chocolate treat, on us this December.
We’ll also be helping to raise money for Save The Children on 14th December for Christmas Jumper Day.
Merry Christmas from the whole team at Alan Tyler Opticians.
At Alan Tyler, we’re are always fascinated by the animal kingdom —the sheer number of diverse and beautiful species is breath-taking.
And this got us wondering — how does human eyesight compare to the peeper power of the most popular animals?
If you’re ready for an eye examination with a difference, here are nature’s most outstanding orbs.
Come and join us on the 26th November 6-8pm for the Annual Dorridge Christmas Tree Light Switch on.
Held in the square in Dorridge you can soak up the festive atmosphere, whilst part taking in some food and drink from the stalls.
Listen to the local choir and really get in the Christmas mood.
The highlight of the evening for your little ones will be the arrival of Santa!!
We are proud at Alan Tyler Opticians to be able to support this fabulous annual event.
The leaves are turning brown, orange and deep, dark burgundy – and it’s beginning to make your summer wardrobe look distinctly old hat.
As with every other season, some fashions simply don’t make sense in the autumn. Bright colours are replaced with a muted palette, while airy materials make way for thick wools.
So if you’re changing your wardrobe, why not do the same for your glasses?
In our extensive eyewear range, there are plenty of brands that cater to the autumn season – feast your eyes on our fab four.
At Alan Tyler Opticians, we champion optimum eye care for all.
That’s why we’re raising awareness of National Eye Health Week 2018 — which runs from 24th – 30th September this year.
The message is strong but simple — your vision matters even more than you might realise, and regular sight tests can prevent a host of serious health conditions.
Here’s the lowdown.
Poor eye health can affect you at every stage of life — from children at school not making the most of their lessons to elderly people not maintaining the quality of life they deserve.
And young adults and middle-aged people who’ve never needed eyewear before can also find their active lifestyles curbed when sight deteriorates unexpectedly.
There are several steps to take when you want to be proactive about eye health.
First and foremost, book an appointment with your optician — we’re friendly, professional and passionate about providing bespoke treatment for each and every client.
Vision Matters, the organisation behind National Eye Health Week, also publishes Vista — a magazine packed with lifestyle tips for excellent eye health that’s worth flicking through.
And we’re always available to provide peace of mind on preventative eye care and quality eye wear that helps you experience life’s magical moments with crystal clarity.
Together, we’re tackling eye health issues with tenacity and tenderness every day.
No more long weekends in caravan parks, rainy days playing Monopoly and haranguing your mum to look after the kids for one more day – the school holidays are over, giving you the chance to be child-free for at least a few hours.
For the past few weeks the sun has been shining, temperatures have soared beyond 30 degrees, people have entered our practice with glistening suntans and the local park has been teeming with sun worshippers.
We pride ourselves on professional and personal optometry.
But with the best part of 40 years in the business under our belts, we’ve also developed an eagle eye for style.
Getting your eyes tested from childhood, getting the right glasses or contacts and maintaining regular check-ups keeps your peepers in prime condition.
My son Harry was devastated when the school suggested he should have his eyes tested. After asking around we were recommended to Alan Tyler's. From start to finish the staff and opticians put him at ease and made the experience fun. He loves his glasses and now sees what he has been missing!!! A big thank you to all of your staff.
I knew there was something wrong with my vision. Thanks to the new OCT machine, the trained Alan Tyler optician was able to highlight the problem in an instant.
We would like to thank ALL the staff at Alan Tyler Opticians for the superb and attentive service that we received on our recent visit to your shop. We have as usual been treated to faultless advice and support. With the friendly manner and professionalism you extend to all your customers we would not hesitate to recommend your service to others.
A big thank you to all the staff at Alan Tylers. After years of wearing varifocals and having to put up with distorted and limited vision I finally the vision I have always wanted with the new Varilux lenses that was advised by the dispenser. They are perfect.
A professional but enjoyable experience. The test was thorough, and the options of frames etc to suit are good. Any problems after are quickly and efficiently resolved. The whole process was a pleasure.