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The Belle Christmas Raffle

The Belle will be running a 'Christmas Raffle' with lots of prizes to be won. All proceeds will be donated to MacMillan Cancer Support.

 

If anyone would like to get involved pop in and speak with one of our Staff, any local Businesses willing to donate a prize would be greatly appreciated.

  

 

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ShapeYourPlace  is an award winning website for the communities across Cambridgeshire. ShapeYourPlace helps everybody who lives and works in Cambridgeshire share news, information and promote events via blogs, photos and videos. ShapeYourPlace helps local residents to have a say about issues that are important to them: local people can raise issues about their area and get a response from local public services within 10 working days.

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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                        
 

 

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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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