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Free Hearing Care Event in Harleston


ONE local business is holding a free hearing loss awareness event to encourage the residents of Harleston to prioritise their hearing health. Hearing loss affects 1 in 6 people in the UK and it takes 10 years on average before those who have noticed a loss in their hearing choose to seek help. Research has also proven that other than a reduced quality and experience of life, hearing loss can also lead to cognitive decline resulting in conditions such as depression and dementia.


The Hearing Care Centre, which is a family-run business with 26 centres across East Anglia, will hold a special Hearing Care Day at Jeffrey &


Harleston


Associates Opticians, on Tuesday 21st


May. Complimentary hearing AutoTechnic


Mercedes-Benz and Smart Specialist


Over 25 years main dealer experience Servicing, technical and mechanical repairs M.O.T. Test Centre


Air Conditioning Servicing Courtesy vehicle by prior arrangement


Now servicing all new Mercedes-Benz and Smart vehicles without compromising manufacturers mechanical warranty


assessments will be on


offer at the event, as well as professional advice from The Hearing Care Centre’s award winning team to help you hear to your full potential.


Karen Finch, founder and


lead audiologist at The Hearing Care Centre said “Hearing loss is a real issue in the UK. More often than not it's a gradual process, it's not always easy to tell if you're losing your hearing. Therefore it is so important to have your hearing assessed on a regular basis to intervene at the earliest stage possible.” To find out more information or to book an appointment, call The Hearing Care Centre on 01473 230330 or visit hearingcarecentre.co.uk/ harlestonopenday


Bungay High School News


TWENTY students from Years 11 and 12 recently had the fantastic opportunity to visit the home of Fairy Liquid in Thurrock (Essex).


They won


this all expenses paid trip to the industrial complex as part of their successful submissions to the internationally renowned ‘Starpack Awards’. Logoplaste, the competitions sponsors, manufacture the bottles for P & G on site and this is what the students saw during a very busy and informative day. Darren Wingrove, one of the judges and design engineers


BYEBRUE


KENNELS & CATTERY


Offering your pets first class care and attention in top quality holiday accommodation


VISITS MOST WELCOME Contact Alison


Est 2000 0


Fun-loving care guaranteed! Grooming also offered Wissett, Halesworth 01986 785264 www.byebrue.co.uk www.samhaven.co.uk


ST MARY’S STREET


DENTAL PRACTICE Serving the community


• Professional and Caring • NHS and Private Treatment for Adults and Children • Cosmetic Dentistry • Dental Implants


Proprietors: Simon Knights and Mark Walklin-Smith


Units 7 & 9, Langley Road Trading Estate Chedgrave, Norwich NR14 6HD


Tel: Loddon (01508) 522995 www.autotechnic-mercedes.co.uk


6 St Mary’s Street, Bungay 01986 893899


Daniel F M Evans B.D.S., M.F.G.D.P.


praised the students on their ingenuity and creativity with their designs. The trip was also a perfect research opportunity for the Year 12 students who are working on this year’s competition brief where they have to design environmentally friendly innovative polymer products.


Congratulations to Esme Chapman who has got through to the area final of this year’s Book Mastermind, having won the preliminary round within school. Her specialist book was ‘I, Coriander’ by Sally Gardner


and although the general knowledge questions were challenging she held her own. We were delighted to have


Africa Alive visit us during Science week on Wednesday 13th March.


Among our


guests were Elton the python snake, Captain Jack Sparrow the giant African land snail and


cockroaches. the


the Madagascan hissing Students from


all year groups gathered in the Library to meet our guests and learn about their natural habitats in


Rainforests. Students


have been researching and learning about palm oil and the effects of deforestation and creating posters during their Science lessons. We eagerly await the final judging of the posters and the inter form quiz. A team of students came 2nd out of 40 schools in the regional Warhammer recently.


competition They were only 0814472


narrowly beaten by Norwich with 70 points to our 68! On Friday 15th March at 7pm, the Music and Drama departments were proud to showcase to a 100 strong audience, their best work produced by students.


The


room was candlelit and the audience were able to bring their own food and drink to enjoy as they sat back to watch the exceptional work of Bungay High students. Over 30 pieces were performed, by all ages from Year 9 to 13.


They all


did an amazing job. Bungay is certainly a creative hub. On Saturday 16th March,


12 Year 9 students took part in the 2019 Magistrates’ Court Competition at Great Yarmouth. This is a national ‘Young Citizens’


initiative,


working in partnership with HM Courts and Tribunals Service; students played a number of roles


the competition


had two prosecution lawyers, two defence lawyers, three


for a case based upon the theft of a mobile phone by a young moped rider. Each school in


witnesses, three magistrates, a defendant (accused of the crime) and an usher. As part of the preparation, students spent a morning at Great Yarmouth Magistrates’


Court, speaking


to Magistrates about their job and the law in general and sitting in on a sentencing court. This was a unique, fascinating and extremely informative experience. Year 5 students from seven of our feeder primary schools recently


attended this year’s


Easter maths challenge. They began the day with Easter egg tangrams to solve. Many of the students made some excellent birds from their tangram pieces and some went on to invent their own Easter animals. They were grouped into mixed teams with children from different schools, enabling them to meet


other students and make new friends.


The students were


set the problem of travelling around Norfolk and collecting as many Easter eggs as they could within a limit of 250 miles and completing a looped circuit. They then presented their solution on a poster, all in the short space of an hour. They rose valiantly to the challenge. All of the students discussed ideas and pulled


together


with their new team mates excellently.


The room was


buzzing with excitement as they pushed themselves to collect as many eggs as possible, trying to beat the other teams, rethinking and adapting their route as they went.


The students all went


away very happy, clutching certificates and eggs as a reward for their hard work.


Clinton Gillett


Let your hearing blossom!


Spring into action and join The Hearing Care Centre award-winning team for our special Hearing Care Day...


Tuesday 21st May 2019 | 9am - 5pm Jeffery & Associates Opticians, HARLESTON


Complimentary hearing assessments with ear health checks - usually £20!


Expert, professional advice from our award winning audiologists


Learn about the latest cutting-edge technology and how it can help you


Appointments are essential | visit hearingcarecentre.co.uk for further information.


Book your FREE hearing assessment today. Call our Customer Care Team on 01473 230330.


Award winning Family run Private 100% Independent 26 local centres hearingcarecentre.co.uk Published, originated and printed by Micropress Printers Ltd., Reydon Business Park, Fountain Way, Reydon, Suffolk. Tel: (01502) 725800 © Community News 2019. All rights reserved.


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