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All Saints Hard of Hearing Group

(All meetings held in All Saints Church hall)

Tuesday 5th April — Lip Reading hour with Maggie Short, Tutor, starting at 2.30pm

Tuesday 12th April — please come along for the first Messy Community meeting to be led by our Anna Chaplains Debbie and Helen, and find out what it is all about, starting at 2pm.

Tuesday 19th April — Drop-In to chat and catch up with friends, knitters and crib players welcome, 2pm

Tuesday 26th April — Safety in the Home, with Stephen May, Safety Officer, plus an update with hearing related matters

The NHS Volunteer hearing team is available at the above meetings to clean, retube or provide hearing aid batteries.
Reminder — the deafPlus van containing equipment and advice will be parked on the High Street on Tuesday 26th April.
An Open Sight volunteer will also be available.
Do take advantage of this free service.

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