Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 31st August 2016 6:30am
Let your eyes help your ears!
Are you one of the 1-in-6 people in the UK with a hearing loss?
Do you struggle to hear in noisy situations?
Have you thought about joining a Lipreading class?
A series of free one-hour 'taster' session are being offered by tutors Judy Perry and Molly Berry during Lipreading Awareness Week (12th-16th September)
Even good hearing aids don't restore perfect hearing. Learning to lipread is a skill which can improve how much you understand when people speak to you.
Classes are small and friendly and also provide information on coping strategies and assistive equipment.
A free 'taster' session will be held at Haddenham Medical Centres on Thursday 15th September at 11.00am
If you can't make that one, other sessions in Bucks are:
Mon 12 Sept 10.30am: Amersham
Mon 12 Sept 2.30pm: Beaconsfield Old Town
Tue 13 Sept 2pm: Gerrards Cross
Fri 16 Sept 10.30am: High Wycombe
Fri 16 Sept 2.30pm: Wendover
For further details please contact: Email: email@example.com Mobile: 07837 993923
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
In case you missed the outcome of the recent local elections for a Buckinghamshire Councillor to represent the Bernwood contituency (of which Haddenham is a part), Sue Lewin (LibDem) was duly elected. LibDem 1158 39% Green 1030 34% Conservative 723 24% Labour 85 3% (Click on the graphic to view an enlarged...
Summerfest — what a fantastic event! Superbly organised by a very dedicated team of volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved. There are lots of photos to enjoy on the Haddenham dotNet Flickr site. (Please don't be put off if you see an overly complicated 'cookies' message — just scroll down to the bottom and click 'Accept All'). Here's the link:...
As part of the Carwithen Music Festival, there is a fascinating exhibition of the life and times of Doreen Cartwithen (born in Haddenham 100 years ago) in the studio of photographer Paul Wilkinson in High Street. It's open TODAY, Sunday 3rd July: 10.30am — 12noon and 3pm — 4.30pm. A steward will be present to act as a helpful guide to the fascinating displays. A "must...