By Alexa Kaczka
An event is set to take place this month which will see people of different ages speak about their experience of using contact lenses.
On April 14th, the Contact Lenses Through the Ages meeting will take place at 76 Portland Place, London, and is being organised by the British Contact Lens Association (BCLA).
Six individuals will give talks on the evening, including Nigel Burnett Hodd who is his 60s, Kieran Minshull (50s), Jonathon Bench (30s) and Darshan Patel (20s).
They speakers will outline their own opinions of contact lenses, as well as what developments they think are likely to happen in the industry in the future.
"We guarantee that this will be a highly entertaining evening for members and a valuable learning experience to boot," said joint BCLA honorary meetings secretary Brian Tompkins. "It's definitely one not to be missed."
The event is open to BCLA members, who are also allowed to bring a guest.
Earlier this year, the BCLA announced that its president will serve a two-year term in future.
by Alexa Kaczka