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Consult W. Bro. Dr. David J. Reed BA MSc AuD RHAD Confidential Consultations Regarding Hearing, Tinnitus & Balance.


All makes of hearing aids available, repairs, batteries & accessories. Individual hearing protection for: work places - motorcycles - musicans - pilots - swimmers etc.


RCCDS H ARING CAR LTD. C





Tel: 01793 692 815 Email: reeds@reedsear.co.uk Web: www.reedsear.co.uk


“ ... and enjoy the conversation at the dinner table ”


◆ Quality Masonic regalia ◆ All degrees catered for ◆ Morning and evening suits


◆ Masonic books ◆ Full range of Masonic gifts


◆ Masonic jewellery ◆ Repairs and alterations ◆ Lodge banners hand made to order and much more...


We offer a friendly personal service and always try to deliver on time, indeed a lot of our trade is repeat business. Our Products and Services are competitively priced and our quality is renowned in the world of Regalia, we certainly are the alternative to the big national suppliers. Please contact us to request a brochure, browse our Website, or you can visit the shop in person.


Warminster Masonic Regalia


40a Market Place, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9AN Tel: 01985 212095


www.warminstermasonicregalia.co.uk


Opening hours: 10am to 4pm, Mon, Weds, Thurs & Fri. Sat 10am to 1pm Always phone before making long journeys in case we are at a Lodge Festival


22 a family run business since 1974 C


We offer a reliable service dealing with all pests including: rats, mice, birds, insects, squirrels, moles, foxes and even woodworm!


Our friendly local operators are highly skilled technicians that are fully insured and use traditional methods that are 100% child and pet safe.


We are available for all agricultural, commercial and domestic jobs nationwide.


So if you have a problem with pests call us today


Swindon 01793 461375 Marlborough 01672 890605 Hungerford 01488 208019 Mobile 07821 169980


Email: swindon@pest-force.co.uk www.pest-force.co.uk/swindon


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