Bayfields Opticians in Woking

Our practice was first established in 1911, under the name John Harwood. Since then, we’ve joined the Bayfields family and are delighted to still be protecting the vision and health of the people of Woking after over 100 years. 

We are delighted to announce that we have recently acquired Eyesite Opticians in Woking and have subsequently closed this unit. We'd like to extend a warm welcome to clients of Eyesite in Woking and we look forward to seeing you in practice very soon.

Eye tests

We conduct extremely thorough eye tests, lasting 45 minutes, and this can include retinal imaging. Being so thorough means not only checking your eyesight but also getting a sense of your eye health and even your general health. 

Contact lenses

Many people think they can’t wear contact lenses, perhaps because of their age or prescription, but actually most people can! That’s why we do FREE contact lens trials. We’ll help you get started, showing you how to wear them and offering regular reviews. 

Screening and referral programmes

We take part in vision screening at schools, helping to children to get the best out of their education and maximise their life chances. We also do diabetic screening, and can do direct referrals for treatment for cataracts.

Designer frames

Our frame stylists will spend their time with you, helping you to find glasses which really suit you. Designer ranges include Maui Jim, Walter & Herbert, Cocoa Mint, Jensen, Prodesign, Wolf, Basebox, Stepper, Oliver Peoples, Pepe Jeans, Michael Kors, Silhouette and Ted Baker. 

Glasses repairs in Woking

We don't charge for minor repairs such as fitting a screw. Where do we a more tricky repair within the practice, we’d love it if you could make a donation to our Bayfields charity. And if we can't fix something, and your frames aren't within warranty, we use an optics repair company which charges a small fee.

How to find us

We’re on Commercial Way (which is pedestrianised), right in the centre of town, tucked in next to Robert Dyas. The nearest car park is Woking Shopping Car Park, on Victoria Way (GU21 6GH).
What You Need to Know
  • Free Wifi 
  • Free refreshments     
  • Glossy magazines     
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Accessible toilets   
  • You'll find us near: Robert Dyas     
  • Bus stop: 200 yards