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  • Win a pair of Aftershokz headphones

    Help us launch our new website and win a pair of Aftershokz headphones

    Customers click here to enter    Not a customer? Click here to enter

     

    Customers

    You may have noticed we’ve recently launched a brand new, redesigned website which provides a clear message of our commitment to provide outstanding service related to all aspects of hearing health. As part of this relaunch, we’d really love it if you would help us by providing a review score of Help in Hearing on Facebook and/or Google.

    Leave your review and enter competition

     

    Win a pair of Aftershokz bone conductor headphones

    Aftersjplz Trekz Titanium Headphones

    If you’re already a customer of Help In Hearing and provide a review for us, you will go into our prize draw where you could win a pair of Aftershokz Trekz Titanium wireless stereo headphones, considered to be the safest alternative to traditional sport headphones and earbuds. Bone conduction technology, an open ear design and a suite of convenient features deliver premium music play and crystal clear calling without compromise. Designed with athletes in mind, Trekz Titanium are sweatproof, secure, and will allow you to hear your surroundings – no matter where life takes you. 

     

    Not a customer?

    Like us on Facebook if you’re not already a customer

    If you’re not already one of our customers, you can still enter the competition to win the Aftershokz Trekz Titanium headphones. All you need to do is Like the Help in Hearing Facebook page, then fill in the online entry form here. Visit our Facebook page and click Like to be eligible to enter, then go to our page “Win a pair of amazing Aftershokz headphones” to enter the competition.

    Like our Facebook page  and then   Enter the competition to win Aftershokz headphones

     

    Win a pair of Aftershokz bone conductor headphones

    Aftersjplz Trekz Titanium Headphones

    If you’re already a customer of Help In Hearing and provide a review for us, you will go into our prize draw where you could win a pair of Aftershokz Trekz Titanium wireless stereo headphones, considered to be the safest alternative to traditional sport headphones and earbuds. Bone conduction technology, an open ear design and a suite of convenient features deliver premium music play and crystal clear calling without compromise. Designed with athletes in mind, Trekz Titanium are sweatproof, secure, and will allow you to hear your surroundings – no matter where life takes you. 

     

     

    About the charity & competition T&Cs

    Donation to charity for every review received

    Alzheimers Dementia Support

    For every review we receive, we’ll make a donation to local charity, Alzheimers Dementia Support (ADS). There is an ever growing number of people with dementia and their carers within our local community of Windsor, Maidenhead, Ascot, Slough and Langley who can benefit from the services of the Alzheimers Dementia Support charity. This is why we’ve chosen to support the charity with our donations to help their work. Your review on Google and Facebook will help the charity as we are making a donation for every review received. 

    Competition details

    The competition starts on 29th November 2017 and will close at midnight on 19th January 2018.  We will draw a winner at random within 7 days of the closing date. The winner will be notified directly by email and then we will announce details of the winner on our website and on our social media channels after that.

    Full Terms and Conditions can be found here.

     

     

  • Join us for mince pies and mulled wine

    Join us for Mince Pies and Mulled Wine

    Join us for mince pies and mulled wine at both our practices:

    Call in any time from 2.30pm – 6.30pm

    Tuesday 5th December at Farnham Common

    Thursday 7th December at Marlow

    Plus: Enter a free draw to win a luxury festive hamper, supplied by GN Resound

     

    • Enhance your hearing for Christmas
    • Book in for a complimentary hearing check
    • Have your hearing aid serviced ready for Christmas
    • Take up the offer of a free hearing aid trial

     

    RSVP: Email us or Call us on 0345 2220579

  • Charity firewalk for Action on Hearing

    Gilly’s firewalk raises £605 for charity Action on Hearing Loss

    In an earlier blog we told you that our Practice Manager, Gilly Wright, was about to do a charity firewalk. Well, we’re thrilled to report that Gilly has raised £605 for hearing charity Action on Hearing Loss, by doing a firewalk on the 2nd November. The firewalk involved walking barefoot across 15 feet of burning embers, which reach temperatures as high as 800 degrees!

    After the event, Gilly said:

    “The Firewalk was fantastic. The event was led by Scott Bell, twice holder of the Guinness World Record for the greatest fire walking distance. He was so inspiring that I didn’t once believe I couldn’t do it. In fact I ended up walking over the hot embers three times! I have raised £605 for Action on Hearing Loss and would like to thank everyone for their wonderful generosity and to Selma Becker for all her support. No blisters, just a big smile on my face and a cheer at the end.”

    Here are some photos from the event:

    Gilly after doing the firewalk  The group celebrate their firewalk achievement  Gilly raised £605 for the Action on Hearing Loss charity

     

    Photo by Joshua Newton on Unsplash

     

  • Noisy dining at a cowboy restaurant

    Noisy dining – a story from Michael Colston

    We enjoyed this recent letter about noisy dining from one of our clients, Michael Colston:

     

    In your latest newsletter, you ask for stories about noisy dining. I offer the following:

    Many years ago a Texan friend took me to a real, hundred percent cowboy restaurant in the outback of Texas. There were perhaps 200 diners and as you would expect in that situation I was the only man not wearing a hat (Stetson) at the dinner table. The blare of pop music was unbearable. One of the diners asked the waitress to switch off the loudspeaker. She refused saying it was company policy to have music and most people enjoyed it. I doubt that, said the Texan and he wandered round several tables and everybody said they would like the music switched off. So he asked the waitress once more to switch the music off and after a heated argument she refused and walked away.

    With that, the Texan calmly drew his revolver and shot the loudspeaker. There was a small shower of plaster and the other diners just looked round for a moment to see what was up, and then continued eating their meal. Evidently that event was not remarkable in that part of the world!

    Regards

    Michael Colston