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A free support service to help people with their hearing aids is coming to Crossmaglen next week.

The  session is taking place on Tuesday 12 October, from 11am to 1pm at Crossmaglen community centre, 41 Cardinal O’Fiaich Square.

The service is provided by the RNID.

“We can provide new batteries, cleaning and retubing of ear moulds for NHS hearing aids,” a spokesperson from the charity explained.

Measures have been introduced to take account of Covid-19 and to keep everyone safe.

It will be a drop off and pick up service – with social distancing in place.

“Hearing aids must be placed in a labelled envelope, with name and contact details,” the spokesperson added.

“They will be collected at the entrance and brought inside for maintenance. Users can wait in their car or return later to collect hearing aids.

Hearing aids can be dropped off by friends or family members.

The support sessions in Crossmaglen take place every other month. Following the session on Tuesday 12October another session will be held on Tuesday 7 December.

If you would like more information, you can contact 07407 732106 or send an email to

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