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Hearing centre announces large regional expansion

PUBLISHED: 15:24 19 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:40 19 July 2018

Staff at work at The Hearing Care Centre. PHOTO: Tony Pick

Staff at work at The Hearing Care Centre. PHOTO: Tony Pick

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A hearing care centre has announced a large expansion which will benefit thousands of hard of hearing people across the region.

Karen Finch, managing director of The Hearing Care Centre. PHOTO: ArchantKaren Finch, managing director of The Hearing Care Centre. PHOTO: Archant

A hearing care centre has announced a large expansion which will benefit hard of hearing people across the region.

Family-run business The Hearing Care Centre currently offers hearing care services from 25 centres across Suffolk and Norfolk.

Satellite clinics are opening in six locations, including within Attleborough Health Clinic on Station Road and Rowan House Wellbeing Centre in Hethersett, both of which have free parking and full disabled access.

Other locations are Harleston, Hoveton, Norwich and Watton with more set to open later in the year.

At Hethersett there will be a fortnightly earwax removal clinic aimed at helping patients who cannot get an appointment at their local surgery.

The company is offering half price hearing assessments in Attleborough and Hethersett until the end of August. Book by calling 08000962637.


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