Friday, October 31, 2014

Noticeboard

Lost and found? Offering a car share? Asking for volunteers?  Try the noticeboard.

Submit an Item to the noticeboard

My daughter has just started at Long Road college in Cambridge. Is there anyone who travels to Royston or Royston station on a daily basis. Would need to be at station by 7.30am. Be prepared to give her a lift for an agreed remuneration. We live on South End, but any convenient pick up point in the village accepted.

Mark Flitton

m-flitton@sky.com

 

 
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Would you like to volunteer or fundraise for Cancer Research UK?
 
Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to cancer research, helping more people beat cancer every year. Our work has saved hundreds of thousands of lives.
 
For more information please contact Victoria Gilham, Area Volunteer Manager for Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire on 01480 468126 / 07909 967718 or

 

Renay is considering offering her infectious Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes to Whaddon Village Hall.  Starting mid-late June, one weekday evening and possibly a Friday morning but only if there is demand.  Please register your interest yogawithrenay@gmail.com or 07905486661 stating your preference for a day or evening class.

From 1st January 2014 Cambridge CAMTAD (Campaign for Tackling Acquired Deafness) is changing its name to Cambridgeshire Hearing Help. There will be no change to our services.
We now run hearing help sessions in 42 venues in Cambridgeshire. At these drop‐in sessions volunteers offer advice on any aspects of hearing loss and
maintain NHS hearing aids by distributing batteries, cleaning and “retubing” aids.
There is also a service to housebound people and those living in residential care.
It is not generally recognised that hearing aids need maintenance every 3 – 6 months when the small plastic tube that links the mould with the mechanical part needs to be replaced to maintain the quality of sound. By keeping hearing aids in good condition with routine maintenance available locally, hearing loss becomes a minor inconvenience not a major barrier to communication. This helps to keep people sociable and makes a significant contribution to their quality of life. We also offer a telephone advice service, talks, training and information on hearing help assistive technology.
From 1st January 2014 our website will be
www.cambridgeshirehearinghelp.org.uk and we can be contacted by e‐mail on
enquiries@cambridgeshirehearinghelp.org.uk Our telephone number will remain the same 01223 416141
Cambridgeshire Hearing Help

Charity Registration No 1154071

   
 

 



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