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Remember, remember to protect your ears in November

17 Oct 2017

Bonfire Night is less than 3 weeks away. Fireworks are great fun to watch but they can be noisy, so it’s important to think about protecting your hearing at this time of year.

The end of an era for HARS

17 Oct 2017

We're really sad to be saying goodbye to Tessa Jarvis, our Business Administrator, after 4 years at HARS

Earmould treats for Halloween

9 Oct 2017

Arlington Laboratories offer a range of spooky designs (including Dracula, a ghost, a witch, a mummy and a pumpkin) which can be inserted into their earmoulds.

Recycle Week 2017

26 Sep 2017

We’ve been recycling unused hearing aids for years. So if you have any old hearing aids gathering dust in a drawer send them in to us!

Titanium earmoulds for severe allergy sufferers

25 Sep 2017

As well as being incredibly strong, titanium is also biocompatible – meaning it’s non-toxic and not rejected by the body. This makes it a great option for people who suffer from severe allergies.

Hearing aid care for autumn

14 Sep 2017

Now the autumn is here and it’s getting colder and wetter, you need to take extra care of your hearing aids.

That was the year that was – September 1997 and 2002

5 Sep 2017

2017 is a very important year for Arlington Laboratories and the Hearing Aid Repair Shop (HARS) as they’re both celebrating significant anniversaries. Arlington Laboratories is 20 years old, while HARS is 15. All this year we’ve been looking back to events that took place during the respective founding years of each business.

BAA Conference 2017

31 Aug 2017

Join us at the 14th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Audiology (BAA) in Bournemouth International Centre on the 16 and 17 November 2017.

Royal Berkshire Show Charity of the Year 2017

24 Aug 2017

The Royal County of Berkshire Show is just over 3 weeks away and the Mary Hare Foundation has been chosen as the President’s Charity of the Year.

Festival hearing care

14 Aug 2017

If you stand near the stage or the speakers your ears will be exposed to noise levels of around 110 decibels. And that could cause permanent damage to your ears, resulting in problems like tinnitus and hearing loss.

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