Here are the details of Hi Kent’s August hearing aid clinics in St Paul’s Cray, Bromley and Biggin Hill

By Luke King in Health

HI KENT, the charity that supports deaf and hard-of-hearing people, is running more of its free aftercare clinics for hearing aid users in Bromley borough.

Those with NHS hearing aids can drop in and get their hearing aids cleaned and re-tubed and collect fresh batteries free of charge.

They can also get free advice, and information on Hi Kent’s wide range of equipment, including special door entry systems, smoke alarms, telephones, conversation aids and television listening devices.

A clinic takes place between 10 and 11.30am on Monday August 21, at St Paul’s Cray Clinic, Mickleham Road, St Paul’s Cray. On the same day, a clinic also takes place between 10.30am and noon at the Deaf Access Centre, Community House, South Street, Bromley.

Finally, there will be a clinic between 1pm and 2.30pm on Thursday, August 24 at Biggin Hill Community Care, St Mark’s Centre, Church Road, Biggin Hill.

No appointments are needed, just turn up. For more details, call 01622 691151.

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