Norwood Perrin is a family-run optician’s with family values at its heart. Providing eyecare since the 1930’s, we are proud to be Barnsley’s longest-established independent opticians
Founded on the principle of a professional approach with a high level of care the priority – This principle remains unchanged.
• Thorough, professional eye examinations
• Wide range of designer frames, handmade acetates and traditional frames
• Best advice on which lenses are most suitable for you
• Contact lens specialism with free trial lenses available, including multifocals
• Dry eye assessment – We stock a wide range of products and give expert advice
• Private eye care plans to suit your requirements
• Vitamin supplements for Age Related Macular Degeneration
• Prompt spectacle repairs
Your eye examination is the fundamental aspect of your visit to our practice. We promise a thorough eye examination with the highest standard of care and the most appropriate recommendations.
The examination usually lasts approximately 30 – 40 minutes and we have invested in state of the art ophthalmic instrumentation.
We stock a wide range of the latest cutting edge designs & our expertise means we can guide you in the right choice to suit you.
Each individual’s needs are taken into consideration and we pride ourselves on ensuring that you leave our practice completely satisfied with your spectacles.
In our purpose built dispensing area we stock a wide range of spectacle frames from the latest designer brands including Calvin Klein, Swarovski, Lacoste, Radley, Ted Baker, Boss, Guess and Jaguar.
Finding the right frame to properly fit a child needs specialist advice and accurate measurements from a professional dispensing optician or optometrist. We have vast experience in children’s dispensing and can recommend suitable frames to fit any child.
A vital part of your contact lens consultation involves checking that your eyes are healthy and suitable for contact lens wear. We have state of the art ophthalmic instruments including slit lamp microscopes to assess the health and integrity of the front surface of the eye and a corneal topographer to map the front surface of the eye to give accurate lens fittings and measurements.