Specsavers Opticians in Camberley treated its eldest customer to a makeover.
Esther Theaker, aged 102, is unable to leave her home at Randell House, run by the Rukba charity, and the opticians visit the home regularly to test her eyes.
Miss Theaker has lived at the residential home for almost 10 years and Specsavers store director, Lateef Iqbal, said: "Miss Theaker is our oldest customer and her sight is essential to her well being.
"Regular eye tests are important to your health, especially as you get older.
"People may not realise that routine eye tests can reveal a number of common medical conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes, blood disorders, gout and even certain brain tumours."
Teaming up with Julia Melhuish from The Body Shop in Camberley, Specsavers' Stuart Olley presented Miss Theaker with her new specs as well as a makeover for being their oldest and most loyal customer.
Picture: Julia Melhuish and Stuart Olley with Esther.