shutterstock 740048899 smallHearing loss can impact on all areas of your life. Social interaction can become stressful and exhausting – having to deal with background noise and people talking at the same time. You may find yourself choosing not to meet friends, avoid dining out or playing the usual round of golf. You may find yourself becoming more and more socially isolated.

You are not alone

Mary Hare is committed to working with the local community and helping to relieve the impact of hearing loss by bringing people together to share experiences as well as sharing our expertise and knowledge at the same time.

At our new social group, everyone understands because they either have hearing loss themselves or are close to someone who does.

If you or anyone you know have been affected by hearing loss, and you are looking to meet others and share your experiences, please register your interest with Louise Gore by calling 07880 498230 or email 

A date and time for the first social meet will be confirmed shortly.

If you have any questions or concerns about hearing loss, speak to one of our resident audiologists at the Mary Hare Hearing Centre on 01635 523343.