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Free hearing screenings in Birr tomorrow

Monday, 18th August, 2014 11:00am

Story by Laura Ryder
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Free hearing screenings in Birr tomorrow
Free hearing screenings in Birr tomorrow

Free hearing screenings are being offered in Birr tomorrow (Tuesday).

Hidden Hearing is offering locals the chance to find out if they are suffering from hearing loss, and if so how to do something positive about it, between 9.30am and 4.30pm at a mobile clinic that will be set up at Tesco on the Railway Road.

Screenings tomorrow will be free of charge, and Hidden Hearing’s head of marketing Dolores Madden said their mobile clinic will be equipped with the latest in audiological technology and staffed by highly trained experts.

There’s no need to book an appointment for tomorrow. Locals are welcome to simply drop in and avail of a consultation at any point during the day.

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