With music in our ears, our eyes are on a prize

September 16, 2019

Well what a weekend that was! The Allegro Optical’s roadshow team have hardly had a restful weekend. It was all aboard for a trip to Cheltenham. We were attending the 1st – 4th Séction, National Brass Band Championship Finals of GB. It’s been a busy few days meeting old and new friends.  We were kept […]

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Say goodbye to itchy dry eyes

September 9, 2019

Make itchy dry eyes a thing of the past Do your eyes ever feel dry and itchy? Do your eyes water all the time? Are your eyes sticky in the mornings? Are you always having to wipe your eyes? If you’ve answered yes to more than one of these questions the chances are you are […]

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Make A Spectacle Of Yourself At Allegro Optical

September 2, 2019

Find your perfect spectacles at Allegro Optical Glasses have long been at the forefront of fashion and it seems as if nothing will change, with transparent funky designs and retro spectacles being among the most popular. Frequently worn out of necessity, our number one accessory has seen a surge in popularity and many people now […]

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Intelligent photochromic polarised prescription sunglass lenses

August 19, 2019

 More than just sunglasses Some of us have now already enjoyed our summer holiday.  Others are preparing to go and prescription sunglasses can be found in some luggage. Some people on the other hand prefer to wear photochromic lenses all year round. This is to give their eyes sun protection whenever, wherever needed. However, one […]

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Feel Free To Eat Your Eyes Healthy

August 12, 2019

So we’re halfway through July, the month in which we are beginning to enjoy the fruits of our labour in our eye garden. The warm-weather crops are ripening and it’s time to savour the tastiest and most tender harvest. If you call into either of the practices you will see a plethora of tasty vegetable […]

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A Maestro’s Consultation

August 1, 2019

How Allegro Optical, the musician’s optician, helped a conductor when faced with deteriorating eyesight Michael Downes studied the cello with teachers including Ioan Davies and Timothy Mason. As for conducting Michael learnt his craft under the tutelage of Lionel Friend and Colin Metters. After a period of time at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, Michael went on […]

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Dean’s New Glasses Are The Right Tool for The Job

July 22, 2019

Now musician Dean can see the music thanks to his new glasses For the serious musician, music is more than just a hobby! For most of us it is our “passion”. Many of us are lucky enough to carve out a career in the music industry. Not just as musicians, but working with musicians, providing […]

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Clear vision is key for talented organist

July 15, 2019

An Organist’s Journey to clear vision Keyboard player Andrew Smith has had an interesting musical career, to say the least. No stranger to the stage, Andrews early gigs were playing keyboards as part of a jazz-funk band during the 80s. During his mid-20s and 30s, Andrew had a career in education teaching music. He then […]

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