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Celebrating a record breaking week in history

28 Jun 2017

15 years ago, in 2002, the Hearing Aid Repair Shop (HARS) was created. The same year, two incredible world records were set in a matter of days of each other.

How to avoid swimmer’s ear this summer

27 Jun 2017

If you’ve been cooling down from the recent spell of hot weather by going swimming it may be a good idea to think about protecting your ears from the effects of repeated exposure to water.

Take a trip to Toyland

21 Jun 2017

68 years ago this month Noddy first appeared in the publication, the Sunday Graphic. Fans of Noddy and his friends, Big-Ears and Mr Plod, can add an image of their favourite character to their earmoulds.

How to look after your hearing aids this summer

14 Jun 2017

With temperatures set to hit the high 20Cs this week, now’s a great time to read our top tips on summer hearing aid care.

Celebrating a magical 20th anniversary

8 Jun 2017

This month sees the 20th anniversary of the publication of one of the world’s most successful and popular fantasy novels. But in 1997 Professor Albus Dumbledore, Headmaster at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, wasn’t the only Head Teacher doing incredible things! 

Save your ears this festival season

30 May 2017

The festival season kicked off in style with Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Hull. There’s so much to enjoy at a festival, but spending too long listening to loud live music can damage your ears for good.

Spring Bank Holiday opening hours

24 May 2017

Mary Hare Hearing Services will be closed for the Spring Bank Holiday on Monday 29 May 2017

Women’s hearing health matters

17 May 2017

This Deaf Awareness Week we’re urging women of all ages to think about their hearing health.

Deaf Awareness Week 15-21 May 2017

8 May 2017

Deaf Awareness Week takes place from 15-21 May 2017. Deaf Awareness Week will celebrate the collaborative work that makes a difference for people who are deaf or have a hearing loss.

Mental Health Awareness Week 8-14 May 2017

8 May 2017

Our physical and mental health are inextricably linked and people who live with a long-term physical condition - such as hearing loss or tinnitus - are also likely to experience mental ill-health, such as depression and anxiety.

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