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Winners – UK Practice of the Year 2013-14

Winners – UK Practice of the Year 2013-14

Posted on 28th November 2013

To our delight, and due entirely to your votes, we are pleased to announce that Cameron Optometry is the 2013-14 UK Practice of the Year!

Most of you will be aware that we have been drumming up support for our nomination for a few months as this award is decided by public vote and therefore all the more prestigious to win. We feel we can now justifiably declare what we and you, our loyal patients have known for a long time, that there is no better place in the country to provide your eyecare.

At the awards ceremony in Birmingham, the host, BBC’s Naga Munchetty, described as “an innovative practice which has shown dedication to enhancing the local community’s knowledge of the profession and the importance of eye health, while providing the highest level of patient service.”

Many of you told us with pride how many times you’d voted on all your different devices and every vote counted with a phenomenal 16,000 votes being cast in total across the 12 award categories. We are genuinely moved by the enthusiasm you have all shown, and are as always, honoured by your ongoing loyalty and support – thank you.

2014 is going to be an exciting year for Cameron Optometry and we want you to be part of it. Make sure you don’t miss out by checking the blog regularly.

To kickstart the year of celebration we are hosting a special family event at the practice on Saturday January 18th 2014. More details to follow!


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