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Sochi 2014: Jenny Jones Wins Historic First British Olympic Medal!

Sochi 2014: Jenny Jones Wins Historic First British Olympic Medal!

Posted on 10th February 2014

I was delighted to hear of the bronze medal won by Jenny Jones yesterday. The first medal ever won by Team GB on snow. The Winter Olympics will never have the hysteria of the London Olympics, but I’ve certainly seen a renewed flurry of Britishness.

JENNY-JONES

Over the past decade, a truly British style has evolved and British designers are taking the world by storm. We’re embracing this appetite and supporting British brands through our eyewear collections. None more so that the conservatively different William Morris London. If you were at our open day then you will have seen the whole range in its full glory. This range is not for those wanting their glasses to go unnoticed. They aren’t about blending in. These glasses are most definitely an accessory not just a necessity. Even some of our die hard lens wearers have decided to take the plunge with a pair of specs from the stylish William Morris London collection.

If you fancy brightening up your life and going British, come in and try out the range. Or why not bring a friend in for a second opinion to help you decide?


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