We’re delighted to announce that Glass & Glass Optometrists, consisting of the Ryley & Evans Optometrists in Long Eaton and Culver & Glass Optometrists in Loughborough, are now offering a full range of hearing services with The Hearing Care Partnership (THCP).
Ryley & Evans Optometrists in Long Eaton was initially established in 1958 by Mr Ryley and Miss Evans, it is the longest established opticians in Long Eaton. The team pride themselves on their individual patient care, unhurried eye exams and value for money.
Later, we will also be introducing hearing services to the other half of the Glass & Glass optical group. Officially established in the 1960s by Mr Alan Culver, the Loughborough Culver & Glass practice has gone through many changes over the years, including its name. Over this time, they continue to pride themselves on the individual care they deliver to each of their patients and have done for many years.
The Loughborough practice was later joined by Natalie Glass in 1997, the practice now goes by the name Culver & Glass Optometrists. Not only do Culver & Glass Optometrists offer high quality care to their customers, but they also understand that their customers want to feel good in their glasses, which is why they offer a wide range of frames that are great value for money.
Both Glass & Glass practices will now be offering our full hearing services, including free hearing assessments, tinnitus consultations, ear wax removal, hearing protection services and the latest hearing aids. Working with THCP, Glass & Glass will be providing full hearing and eye care services to ensure the best possible care for their patients.
At THCP, we pride ourselves on our partnerships with independent optical practices. They allow us to provide top quality care for both hearing and eyes across the UK, which is why we are integrating our hearing care services with Glass & Glass.
For an appointment at Long Eaton you can also give the team a call on 01158 713 287 to book over the phone, or call 01509 808 337 to book an appointment at Loughborough.