Alton Webteam: September 2017
PROGRAMME FOR SEPTEMBER
Tuesday 5th September — Lip Reading Practice with Tutor, Maggie Short, 2.30pm Come along and give it a try — you know more than you think!
Tuesday 19th September, 2pm — Drop-In for a chat over an afternoon cup of tea and some cake and join with the Knitters Anonymous group making blankets and garments for the various charities sponsored by the group
Tuesday 26th September 2pm — THE ANNUALTRADITIONAL HARVEST FESTIVAL led by Rev Rachel in All Saints church. Bring along gifts for the harvest table; the fresh goods will be sold with the money going to the Anna Chaplain fund and the tins etc will be donated to the Food Bank. All welcome!
Reminder — the deafPlus unit will be parked in Sainsbury's car park on Tuesday 26th September between 10am and midday, with advice, information and hearing related equipment. Graham, volunteer, is there to discuss any problems that either you or a family member may be having concerning hearing loss. A representative from Open Sight will also be present to assist people with a sight loss. Please use this invaluable resource.
If you are requiring an audiology appointment the number to phone is now 01962 824437. To avoid having to travel to Basingstoke remember to ask for your appointment to be made at the Alton Community Hospital
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