Welcome to Cameron Beaumont
Whilst huge changes have been seen in optometry since the 1930s, one thing has remained constant at Cameron Beaumont and that is the company ethos of providing the best possible eyecare and quality of products at competitive prices and providing excellent customer service.
Four generations of eyecare
Cameron Beaumont Optometrists started life in what is now the Victoria Quarter in Leeds in the 1930s. It was owned by Harold Beaumont and at that time it was one of only two optical practices in the city of Leeds.
Harold became well known for the quality of service he provided and was much favoured for referrals by the medical profession.
He was inspired to set up his Leeds practice by his father, Dyson Beaumont, who had opened his own practice in Huddersfield in 1901 and who was the first president of the British Optical Association.
Our Wetherby practice
Harold’s son David, also an Optometrist, moved Cameron Beaumont to Wetherby in 1977. Over the years, with help from his Dispensing Optician wife, Tove, David built up a reputation for being at the forefront of technology and clinical excellence.
In 2007, David’s’ two daughters, Vicky and Heidi, along with Vicky’s husband Neil Brooks, bought the business to secure the continuing family line for the future.
Since 2007 the practice has gone from strength to strength, winning national awards and continuing to invest in the best eyecare, including Ocular Coherence Tomography and Optomap retinal imaging and eventually taking the practice private in 2020.
Meet the team