May 06, 2015
Sobell House Hospice in Oxford has been chosen by Templars Square Shopping Centre as its Charity of the Year 2015. The east Oxford shopping centre has committed to raising £10,000 over the coming months, by carrying out fundraising events through
Oct 20, 2014
Jane Bowler from East Hanney has been nominated as a finalist in the 2014 NatWest Venus Awards Oxfordshire Small Business Award, known as the 'working women's oscars' by her local bank manager. The Venus Awards were formed in 2009 to recognise, rewa
Oct 15, 2014
Launch of Report: The Real Cost of Adult Hearing Loss: reducing its impact through greater access to the latest hearing technologies
Oct 01, 2014
Reading Farmers' Market, run by Thames Valley Farmers' Market Co-operative, will be celebrating its 15th birthday on Saturday 4 October, between 8.30am and 12.00pm. They are organising a giant buffet, stacked with fresh, savoury and sweet products
Oct 03, 2013
Many GPs are failing to take adult deafness seriously enough, with nearly half of all patients (45%) not being referred to specialists for assessment.
Sep 09, 2013
A group of 27 young deaf people, aged between 11 and 17, gathered from all over the country to spend five days together at outdoor activity centre, Duke’s Barn, in Matlock, Derbyshire between 19 and 23 August.
Sep 09, 2013
Age UK Buckinghamshire is organising the shortest sponsored walk in the world to raise money for local older people! But there is a catch - the walk is on hot coals!
Jul 18, 2013
A book, written by Patrick Mayfield, is due for publication in September, 2013. Practical People Engagement will provide change leaders with a rich reference of practices and techniques on how to influence and lead people to new solutions.
Jun 13, 2013
Two very different types of technology are combining to provide the opportunity for worldwide hearing experts to learn more about how to help deaf people.
Jun 05, 2013
To mark its 60th anniversary, Oxfordshire-based Robert Stanley Opticians is launching a campaign to highlight the importance of having their eyes tested and to wear their glasses with confidence.