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Free lip-reading session offered:

A FREE lip-reading taster session is being held next Monday (9th September) from 10.30am until 11.30am at Amersham Adult Learning Centre in Stanley Hill, Amersham.

The session is being run by tutor Molly Berry, of Marsworth, who currently teaches about 60 students a week.

The taster class, which is open to anyone with hearing difficulties, will cover communication tactics, how to help someone with hearing loss and will include lip-reading exercises for everyone to try.

To find out more, speak to the team at Buckinghamshire Adult Learning. Telephone: 0845 045 4040, email studentenquiries@buckscc.gov.uk or visit the adult learning website

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