Alton All Saints Hard of Hearing Group October news

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Tuesday 6th October — Lip Reading with Tutor, Maggie, 2.30pm. If you have problems in hearing clearly lip reading can help, why not come along and give it a try, You will pick up some useful tips.

Tuesday 20th October — Drop-In to meet Terry Smith, from Open Sight, plus a chance to join in with Knitters Anonymous, catch up with the news and have a cup of tea, 2pm

Tuesday 27th October — 'A Dorset Farmer with a Difference', retold by Helen, our Anna Chaplain, plus an update on hearing related matters, 2pm

Tuesday 27th October, from 10am until midday outside Marks & Spencer's in the High Street, visit the deafPLUS mobile unit for update information on hearing related issues, maintenance on your NHS hearing aid and information on equipment to help those with a hearing loss

ADVANCE NOTICE — The Autumn Coffee Morning in aid of the
Anna Chaplains and club funds is on Saturday 3rd October, from 10am until mid-day , in All Saints church hall, with all the usual stalls.

No offer of help will be refused! Please come and support!

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Alton Webteam: Mon 03 Dec 9:24am

What a fantastic effort from Liam, Steve and Pete as they represented the Methodist Church in the Santa Run.Running in the team race they crossed the finishing tape to the cheers of the watching crowd. Not only that but they each entered the individual race which was three times as long... with Liam coming in an exceptionally good fourth place and Steve and Pete not too far behind. Well...