This involves a thorough investigation of the eyes to include vision and eye health examination check.
Family run business - established 1937
Welcome to Searles
The practice is based in Mostyn Street Llandudno and was established in 1937. We offer a range of services to meet all your eye care needs. We pride ourselves on our professional care and personal service.
The Optometrist is Sian C. Brookes-Fazakerley, B.Sc. Hons MCOptom who is the third generation member of the family practice.
In 2000 she graduated with a degree in Optometry from the University of Aston, Birmingham and subsequently became a member of the College of Optometrists.
The practice was founded in 1937 by Sian’s grandmother Miriam Russell Carrington Searle who was later joined by her grandfather and her mother. Now 79 years later Sian continues with the same professional care and personal service.
NHS and private eye examinations are available most days of the week and appointments are not always necessary. Sian is also qualified to carryout specialist Low Vision consultations. For those patients who need further care and investigation, Sian is qualified to perform the Welsh Eye Care Services (WECS) examinations and under the ‘Acute Referral Scheme’ indepth assessments of patients with acute eye concerns.
A wide range of spectacle frames are available from budget through to designer. A comprehensive choice of lens options are available to suit your needs.
Please call in we will be only too happy to discuss your requirements.
Professional & personal eye care
All examinations are carried out in our fully equipped
easily accessible practice on Mostyn Street in Llandudno.
This includes full eye suitability check for contact lenses with a wide range of lenses available to trial.
Specialist eyecare to assess how low vision aids and magnifiers may help those patients who need further assistance with their vision.
Welsh Government has also introduced a free eye care service in Wales for anyone with an eye problem that needs attention straight away, those most at risk of developing eye diseases and those who would find losing their eye sight especially difficult. This EHEW service is different from a normal sight test.