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The Bedgrove House Group have spare places on their booked tour at Hearing Dogs for Deaf People at Saunderton on Thursday afternoon, October 17th. It starts at 1.30pm, and includes a video presentation, a hearing dog demonstration, a visit to their 5 star kennels and shop, and ends at 3.15pm. The cost is £5 per head with an optional £5 cream tea afterwards in their splendid restaurant.

We need to let them know our final numbers by 16th September, so if you are interested, please contact Marion or Peter Green (01296 424653 or peterb.green@ntlworld.com). Come and enjoy an enlightening afternoon in friendly company — and we don't just mean the dogs! You will be very welcome.

For the Hearing Dogs website, click here.

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