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Opticians Shops in Birmingham

Dolland & Aitchison

Bullring Shopping Centre
Birmingham
West Midlands
B5 4BA
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D&A pride themselves on great service and offer a excellent range of glasses, prescription sunglasses and contact lenses. Dollond & Aitchison have launched a great new website for non-prescription designer sunglasses, DesignerSunglasses.co.uk. All sunglasses, come with free next day delivery, free postage on returns and earn Nectar Points too! Brands Include Versace Sunglasses, Bvlgari Sunglasses, D&G Sunglasses, Police Sunglasses and Prada Sunglasses.

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