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In celebration of their fiftieth anniversary, a well-respected Cambridge company is urging local residents to support them and help raise funds for Help for Heroes. The Hearing Healthcare Centre, 140 High Street, Chesterton, is holding an Open Week from Monday March 10th to Friday March 14th 2014 and wants to welcome as many people as possible to attend.

Local residents, hearing care specialist suppliers and clients are invited to attend our celebration week, with the opportunity to meet the Deputy Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr George Pippas on Monday March 10th between 11am and 1pm. Come for a coffee and share in their cake-cutting celebration. Hearing Healthcare Centre is aiming to fundraise in excess of £1000.00 at their celebration open week through raffle prize ticket sales and online donations. Each day there will be prize draws to win donated items such as a Hotel Chocolat Beauty Box, Fortnum & Mason Hamper, £100 spa voucher, £100 voucher for the Cambridge Arts Theatre and several others.

PHOTOCALL…..MONDAY 10th March 2014 at 11:00

at 140 High Street, Chesterton, Cambridge, CB4 1NW

with Cambridge Deputy Mayor, Cllr George Pippas to officiate

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From left to right: The Hearing Healthcare Team & Deputy Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr George Pippas

The Hearing Healthcare Centre is an independent audiology practice based in Cambridge with a satellite office in Peterborough. It was established over 50 years ago and offers exceptionally high standards of customer service and support to local residents. Their experienced audiologists work with state-of-the-art technology in relaxed and recently refurbished surroundings. They are fully independent and proud to offer impartial advice with the most advanced hearing devices available. The Hearing Healthcare Centre is a founding member of the Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals (AIHHP) and is registered and governed by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Chris Carr, Director and Senior Audiologist commented, “We thought it would be lovely to mark our 50th Anniversary as a local Cambridge business with an Open Week for new and existing clients and at the same time raise funds for Help for Heroes. We are very grateful to all those who are supporting us at the event and to those who buy raffle tickets and make donations. We are honoured that The Deputy Mayor has agreed to join us. Thanks go to all our sponsors, local businesses and generous suppliers who have donated fantastic raffle prizes. By fundraising for injured soldiers through Help For Heroes we can hopefully make a positive contribution to their future.”

Bryn Parry OBE, CEO & Co-Founder, Help For Heroes said: “We’re delighted that The Hearing Healthcare Centre has chosen Help for Heroes as their Charity of the Year and we would like to say a huge thank you to all their clients, staff and suppliers for their support. Their backing demonstrates how people across the country have chosen to ‘do their bit’ for our wounded servicemen and women.”

To make a donation, or simply find out more, contact Hearing Healthcare on 01223 360700. Donations may also be made at