Victoria J Smith Opticians - NEWS
Victoria J Smith Opticians - Family Optometrist & Contact Lens Practioner

BBC Radio Sheffield

TUNE IN NEXT ON 

Monday 12th November at 12noon

 To hear Victoria and Paulette Edwards talk about everything 
eye related on the Expert Slot. 

TEXT or CALL in to BBC Radio Sheffield with your questions or 
ring the practice beforehand on 0114 2621955.

You can listen LIVE here!

or if you have missed any slots you can catch up here.
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Victoria J Smith Opticians is proud to support 
Sheffield Royal Society 
For The Blind 
- as our local charity.

We work with and have supported Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind for over 7 years - supporting those people who are registered blind and partially sighted. 

Please pop any un-needed glasses into reception. 

We will be happy to pass them on.

Victoria J Smith Opticians have an annual Christmas Market* on Terminus Road where we have a table with raffle prizes all donated by our lovely suppliers.  All monies are raised for SRSB.

Any donations in our shop by patients all go into our pink elephant collecting box for SRSB.

*see our events page for more details on our Christmas Market this year.

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Victoria J Smith Opticians is proud to support 
Vision Aid Overseas

Please drop any old glasses off at our practice that you no longer need - we send them all to Vision Aid Overseas -12 million children struggle to learn worldwide, simply because they need glasses.

Founded in 1985, Vision Aid Overseas has been helping some of the world’s poorest people to see clearly for over 30 years. Whether you are a teacher in Ghana, a seamstress in Zambia or a school pupil in Ethiopia, poor eye sight can have a devastating impact on your life and livelihood.

Without affordable eye care services, people living with poor eyesight often leave their condition to go untreated which can make their eyesight worse and can, if left untreated for long enough, lead to permanent blindness.











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