Who we are
We are an independent opticians located in the centre of Weybridge since 1992. As Optometrists with over 25 years of experience we are delighted to be able to share our passion about vision with you all.
Ensuring that our patients are given the best service possible is our priority. Here at Henning & Henning we offer a friendly, personal service to all.
Services we offer
Our screening using state-of-the-art optical equipment such as the OCT and MPOD, is another area that we believe can benefit our Patients. The advancement of technology has allowed extensive progress in all areas of eyecare. These advancements range from Spectacle frames , lenses and coatings through to contact lenses and dry eye management.
Our extensive range of spectacle frames encompasses collections that are fashion forward, ultra lightweight, petite, rimless, traditional, bespoke and designer.
We offer eye tests, contact lens consultation and specialist services for persons of all ages.
We are located on Church Street, in Weybridge town centre.
The nearest parking is Churchfields car park, behind the library.
We offer access for the disabled
Thursday 17th April ………………….9am-5.30pm
Friday 18th April……………………….closed
Saturday 19th April……………………9am-3pm
Monday 21st April……………………..closed
Tuesday 22nd April……………………9am-5.30pm
We would like to wish you all a Happy Easter
Scientists may have uncovered the evolutionary reasoning behind why we go wide-eyed with fear and squint in disgust. New research suggests that such facial expressions may have evolved from reacting to stimuli in the environment to increase visual sensitivity and acuity.
In the case of fear, widening the eyes increases the field of vision, providing the brain with more visual information to work out where a potential threat may be coming from. Whereas in disgust, the eyes close slightly to block out visual ‘noise’ to zero in and identify the noxious cause of the disgust.
The reactions are an optical ‘trade-off’, say researchers, allowing enhanced visual sensitivity or acuity. The group used standard optometric measurements to test the model and confirm the effects.
The Professor who led the research said “The reason for that is to allow the eyes to harness the properties of light that are most useful in these situations”.
The research is published in the journal Psychological Science.
After all those weeks of training (and biscuit eating!!) the big event is almost in sight.
Amy is running in aid of Children with Cancer UK. This fantastic charity funds life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer.
If you would like to join us in supporting Amy for such a worthwhile cause you have two options.
Either donate via the charity box that we have in-store, or do it online here http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AmyGavin
Whichever way you choose it will all be very much appreciated.
We are so proud of Amy taking on the immense challenge that is the London Marathon . We wish her good luck for every single step of those memorable 26.2 miles!