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you of your discomfort.Dry eye is a terrible condition to suffer from, and it tends to be worse at this time of year. Buchanan Optometrists’ leading dry eye clinic in Snodland, Kent has been bringing happiness and relief to sufferers of dry eyes for many years. Led by husband and wife team Alisdair & Kathryn Buchanan, the practice is

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one of the leaders in dry eye treatments in Kent. Buchanan Optometrists recently added this revolutionary new E-Eye equipment to the practice. E-Eye gives you the opportunity and freedom to treat your dry eyes rather than just being recommended eye drops. Alisdair explains why he is so excited about this breaking news. “Treating dry eyes has always meant using drops or other at-home regimes. The amazing new E-Eye can often mean you need no more time-consuming daily treatments. It is a breakthrough, giving amazing results and relief to our clients.” Even if you feel your symptoms are bearable, long-term dryness can lead to ulceration on your cornea and scarring. Therefore it is best to seek the best possible treatment early and prevent any further damage from occurring. Stop suffering from uncomfortable eyes

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elderly at fair CHATHAM and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch is holding a Pen- sioners Advice and Information Fair at the Holmesdale School, Malling Road, Snodland, from10amto2pm on Friday, Oc- tober 27. It is the third

year Miss Crouch, pic- tured, has held the fair and in her in- vitation to res- idents she said: “As a local MP, I receive requests each day for help and support from my constituents. A sizeable proportion of my casework is from older peo- ple about a wide range of issues – from pensions and benefits to transport, general well-being and community services.” She added: “I am committed to

THE urgent repair work which is being carried out at All Saints Church, Snodland, will be com- pleted by the end of November and in time for the Christmas serv- ices. A public meeting will be held in

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taking a proactive approach and so the idea of the pensioners fair was born. It is upsetting that so many constituents come tomeonly when their position becomes a crisis. “My aim with the fairs is to ensure pensioners can continue to play an active role in the community and to ensure the right support is accessi- ble as needed.”

the New Year to provide an op- portunity for everyone to hear about what has been achieved in phase one and what still needs to be done in the second phase. The original estimate in 2015 for

all repair work needed was £500,000. The Heritage Lottery Fund grant for the most urgent re- pairs identified for phase one was £222,600 with more than £300,000 being spent so far.

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