10 ways to help your child feel good wearing glasses

Gone are the days when spectacles carried a kind of stigma, people are now wearing glasses more than ever.

The Iconic Appeal of The Cat Eye

Created by socialite Altina Schinasi, the now iconic cat eye frame style made its first appearance in the 1950's

Crushing on the all new Exclusive Brands only at Vision Express

The new range offers luxury eyewear at an affordable price - giving you the element of choice


Steering towards better road safety by tackling driver sight

To mark Road Safety Week 2017 (20-26 November) our CEO, Jonathan Lawson, gives his take on the dangers posed by drivers

We’re taking our Vision Van on the road again for National Eye Health Week 2017

Driving the length and breadth of the UK during supported awareness weeks to help share our Vision, Taken Seriously key

Vision Van Macular Week 2017

Putting a spotlight on macular degeneration – one of the most common causes of sight loss

As the UK gets set to welcome Macular Week (26 June – 2 July), we’re hitting the roads in our Vision Van.

Retinoblastoma Awareness Week Vision Express

Highlighting the importance of children’s eye health this Retinoblastoma Awareness Week

In support of Retinoblastoma Awareness Week, Vision Express will be raising awareness for the rare eye cancer.

Contact Lens Diary

David Ogg, lead rider of the Bryan Steel Academy Cycling Team tries contact lenses for the first time.


All eyes on us: free eyes tests and the potential to change thousands of lives

For World Glaucoma Week, Vision Express CEO Jonathan Lawson talks about the importance of Eye Tests.


New Year – New glasses for celebrity stylist Gemma Sheppard’s family

Gemma Sheppard and family visits Nottingham Vision Express for their annual eye test.


Words From Behind the Wheel

Steering the safety of UK roads through vision care


#ExpressYourself – Gemma Sheppard

In the October edition of #ExpressYourself we speak to Gemma Sheppard, our style consultant.

The white VS blue debate is back! But why do we all keep seeing these colours so differently?

Following the white/gold vs blue/black dress debate comes the bag. But why do people see colours so differently?