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!
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