About the practice
On 1st August 2004, J. Oliver Radley Opticians opened in Buntingford. As the name suggests, the practice was established by James Oliver Radley BSc (Hons) F.B.D.O. James is a Qualified Dispensing Optician, trained at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and has a degree in Management. In running the practice, James draws upon his previous experience in the multiple, independent, sales and manufacturing sectors.
James and the team welcome everyone from Buntingford and surrounding villages to the practice. Whatever your visual requirement, style, sport or budget, please think of J Oliver Radley Opticians as somewhere you can be comfortable to ask for advice and get the right product for the right job.
If you already own a pair of spectacles that you really love or if you simply want to keep prices down, then you’ll be pleased to know that we can professionally re-glaze your existing frames with new lenses that we supply, or source to order – just come in and ask.
As your local independent practice, J. Oliver Radley Opticians strives to provide an excellent service that’s tailored to your individual optical needs. We welcome both private and NHS patients, whatever your visual requirements for fashion, sports, style, UV protection and budget may be.
Why choose us?
- Our team are all highly qualified and experienced, as well as being friendly, helpful and able to assist with anything you might need.
- To keep you are up-to-date with what is trending, we visit trade shows and update our ranges regularly.
- We can re-glaze the spectacles and sunglasses you already own with new lenses, saving you money and enabling you to keep the frames you love.
- We provide relaxed and comfortable surroundings with air-conditioned consulting rooms and show room.
- We’re a family friendly practice and we provide excellent wheelchair access.
- The practice is very easy to find, located on the High Street in Buntingford, Hertfordshire.
As Independent experienced professionals, we are often called upon for second opinions and specialist referrals. Our experienced Optometrist can privately carry out assessments upon request for eye medical issues and advice. Our experienced qualified Dispensing Optician can assess, quantify and fit spectacles on a private request with written reports available if required.
As an Independent Practice we can provide quotations for insurance claims (loss/damage/accidents) for repair or replacement spectacles.
We have tried to ensure that wheelchair users can easily access the practice, on arrival there is short-term on-street parking directly in front of the practice for drop off and collection. All doors are purposefully wider to enable wide pushchairs and wheelchairs ease of access. There are no steps within the practice, however there are ramps which are suitable for most wheelchair types.
Unfortunately members of staff are not permitted under the insurance policy to assist patients using the ramp.
Due to the modern equipment used at the practice to provide a full eye examination, we cannot offer home visits. However, we can dispense, deliver and fit spectacles at the patient’s home on request. This service may be chargeable to the patient.
Please contact the practice for details.
J Oliver Radley Opticians is a collection point for old spectacles and sunglasses which are donated to UK registered charity, Vision Aid Overseas.
We’re happy to carry out minor repairs and adjustments to your glasses even if they aren’t covered under warranty, and pass on all your donations to Vision Aid Overseas.
Wherever possible, we try to support local community events and local schools by providing sponsorship or raffle prizes to help local good causes.
J. Oliver Radley Opticians
36 High Street
T: 01763 273300
|Tuesday||8:00am - 6:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 6:30pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 6:30pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 6:30pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 6:30pm|
Professional bodies and Associations
J. Oliver Radley Opticians Ltd is fully registered with the Information Commissioner with regards to the Data Protection Act (1998) and Freedom of Information Act (2000).