Our Brackley opticians has recently benefitted from an internal makeover
The Brackley practice was previously a Dollond & Aitchison franchise, but has been part of the Walford & Round family since 2004. It’s recently been refurbished to provide an updated, modern and all-round enjoyable experience for every patient who walks through the door.
“Having moved away, I was very disappointed with the glasses from my new optician, Walford and Round were happy to have me back, and Flo listened when I told her what I hated about my glasses (reactolite, so couldn't see a thing when putting them on, always getting stuck in my hair, and falling off because I kept yanking them in and out of my hair)...they had solutions for everything except the glasses may need tightening up if I insist on wearing them on top of my head instead of on my eyes.. It's such a relief to have glasses I can forget I'm wearing again...thanks to all at Brackley, and for helping me find convenient appointments now I'm not local”
“The personal service offered by Flo, Isobel and Debra to my mum, who happens to be in a wheelchair, was fantastic. They made all aspects of our visits productive and stress free. We would highly recommend them if you are looking for an optician that goes that extra mile.”
- Louisa Robinson
At this practice, Flo Hackett is our principal optometrist. Optical care almost runs in her blood – she is from a family where she is in the third generation of optical professionals!
Flo is ably supported by our personable and helpful receptionists Debra and Isabel who are on hand to provide advice on spectacle frames, and are both qualified ocular hygienists, able to give advice on the use of our wide range of dry eye products.
Situated right in the heart of Brackley town, our practice provides comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens fitting, and even hearing aid assessments for those patients who require them.
For your convenience, parking is available in the Market Place or outside Waitrose supermarket. Walford & Round is located at the bottom end of the High Street.