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Children’s faces differ in shape – their noses tend to have less of a bridge to support their spectacles, and their head widths can vary greatly.


It is particularly important that a child with a “lazy” eye has a frame which stays well up on their eyeline, that they are not able to look over the top of their lenses.


We have some lovely frames for all ages: trendy, cute and hard wearing, and they are designed to fit each year group properly. We are also pleased to keep them maintained, and hope that you return them for adjustment after the rigours of childhood or growth spurts.

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