We have put together a number of links to Web Sites which will provide you with a good deal of useful information about a number of products we can supply. In addition we have included a few ‘extra’ Web Sites which we hope you will find interesting and informative..
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- SPECTACLE LENS MANUFACTURERS
- SPECTACLE FRAME MANUFACTURERS
- SUNGLASS MANUFACTURERS
- CONTACT LENS MANUFACTURERS
- WHAT’S ON IN BRISTOL?
- MOTOR CYCLING
- THE ARTS
- CYCLING PRINTS
- YOUR HEALTH
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High quality lenses from this German company
More lens innovation !
The most popular varifocal lens (“Varilux”) is featured here.
Titanium frames that are incredibly light and comfortable (less than 3 grams), have no screws, welds or solders and possess an understated elegance. The choice of many public celebrities.
Home of the original and most popular disposable lenses
Bausch and Lomb:
Here are few bonus Links to Web Sites you may find of interest:
The best rugby team on the planet (according to Mark)
Once the best rugby team on the planet (according to Mike)
This is the site of the Bath Rugby Supporters Club. www.allez-bath.co.uk Everytime Ref, Everytime!
(Bath Rugby unofficial) Full of scurrilous rumours, especially if it’s anything to do with Briss’ or Glawster.
Both the Partners are cyclists
Mark is faster !
Leisure cycling www.ctc.org.uk
Sustrans: Mike was a founder member of Cyclebag which started it all in the dim and distant past.
Eveything you need to know about the National Cycle Network www.sustrans.org.uk Tour de France: The most compelling sporting spectacle, plus news of many of the World Cup races www.letour.fr For everything to do with cycle racing: www.cyclingnews.com
Why not ? Mark enjoys the odd trip on his bike ( s ) , and for now Mike has stopped riding his Beemer F800GS .
Welsh National Opera:
A superb company who perform in Bristol regularly www.wno.org.uk
If you want to talk ‘vision’ to Mike on a Saltford Sunday when he is racing his dinghy, please don’t – he’ll be concentrating on not coming last.
We have a collection of cycling prints spread between the two practices. Here is Jerby Mallard, the author of many of thb. www.presentandcollect.com
Primary Care Groups and Trusts are the new local organisations who determine health priorities. The aim is to make health services local, flexible, responsive and efficient.
For the area between Clifton and Whitchurch plus Stockwood to Hotwells click here.
For North Bristol click here.
Avon Health Authority is likely to evolve into the auditor of local health groups,making sure services are delivered effectively. At present they maintain a role in commissioning and funding services. Visit thb here.
The Department of Health oversees Health policy across the nation, and sets targets for local groups to meet. Recently the DoH has issued advice concerning three key groups; older people, people with diabetes and people with learning difficulties. Visit the DoH Web Site by clicking here.
The Royal National Institute for the Blind has good advice on coping with poor vision including partial or total loss of vision. You can access the Web Site here.
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