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Boots Opticians unveils new look for Victoria Centre Nottingham store

Boots Opticians in Nottingham has unveiled an exciting new look for its Victoria Centre store, after undergoing a contemporary refurbishment to update and modernise the area.

The Victoria Centre Boots Opticians, which opened in 1983, was the first in-store practice for Boots. 

This latest revamp is part of a wider investment programme in Boots Opticians stores across the country to improve and refresh the store environment for both customers and team members. 

Boots Opticians Victoria Centre after receiving exciting new makeover

Nottingham residents wanting to check their eye health with an eye test, in search of a new pair of glasses or sunglasses or looking for contact lenses, will now have access to upgraded equipment for an enhanced in-store service.

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Lord Mayor of Nottingham Wendy Smith attended a ribbon cutting ceremony as part of a special launch party

The area also has a new open plan and modern design, making it easier for customers to browse and try the many frame styles and shapes on offer, including designer brands such as Tom Ford, Gucci, Mulberry, as well as sustainable ranges and stylish own brand frames starting from £40.  


As well as NHS and private eye tests, contact lens aftercare and free contact lens fitting and trials, Boots Opticians Victoria Centre offers OCT eye scans.

These are cutting edge, non-invasive scans that allow the optician to see what’s going on under the surface of the eye. It takes a couple of minutes and can help to detect underlying conditions, such as glaucoma, before any symptoms occur.   


The new look store also has a dedicated and revamped Boots Hearingcare facility, with an expert team of audiologists who can offer free hearing checks and provide advanced solutions for hearing loss.


James Pye, Store Manager at Boots Opticians Nottingham Victoria Centre said:

“We are delighted to show off our new refreshed store and can’t wait to welcome the people of Nottingham, whether they are coming in for an eye test for the first time, upgrading their frames or having a contact lens check. We hope they will love it, as much as we do!”


To officially re-open the store, the Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Wendy Smith attended a ribbon cutting ceremony. The store also hosted a special launch party to celebrate its transformation with free cupcakes available for customers.

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