Kate Dando: September 2015
Alton All Saints Hard of Hearing Group
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!
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
It was great to welcome lots of children, parents and grandparents to the first Messy Church of 2020 on Jan. 4th.After table games as people arrived we played two group games which burnt off plenty of energy. We then acted out the story of Mary & Joseph taking Jesus as a baby to the Temple to give thanks for his life. Old Simeon and Anna were so excited to see him! We then imagined what it was...
Messy Church Style Christingle ServiceOn Christmas Eve at 4pm the church began to fill with children, parents and grandparents as we began our Christingle Service.After singing some carols, lighting the advent candles and hearing the Christmas story we all moved to gather around tables to make our own Christingle using an orange, sweets, raisins, ribbons and candles. In no time...
The CAMEO Christmas Tea Afternoon began with a quiz, requiring members to work together to answer a range of general knowledge questions. After all that brain activity they were able to relax and enjoy some musical entertainment. Terri White very kindly brought along three of her pupils who played for us — the first public performance for all three of them! We sang along to some familiar carols...