Aston Hearing Thame’s Night Out

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Thame is a charming market town nestled in the Chilterns on the border of Oxfordshire. It has a thriving local business community, boasting a wide variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Aston Hearing have been a part of this delightful town for 3 years. Tucked away behind the Tim Russ estate agents off the main High Street, we occupy a small courtyard area with two consulting rooms and a sunny patio garden.

As a company we love being involved in local activities and our Thame team regularly support events such as quiz nights and music festivals that take place in the town. The small, cosy theatre belonging to the Thame players just off the high street hosts many acts and shows and we were thrilled to be entertained by two comedians last week at the Comedy Night. George Egg was a chef/comedian who captivated audiences at the Edinburgh Festival and he had everyone enthralled as we watched him cook three dishes using power tools, just like those you find in your own garden shed!

He was followed by the comedian Tom Neenan who told an engaging story that unfolded gradually to an interesting finish! A great night out for all of us.

As Easter approaches we are all looking forward to the spring and summer programme of events that this lively town presents. As your local independent hearing service we aim to keep our local residents hearing as well as possible so that we may all enjoy Thame life to the full.

By |2019-04-18T16:09:03+01:00April 14th, 2019|Categories: Aston Hearing, Thame|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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Nikki has been working with Aston Hearing Services for over 18 months, having joined the marketing team back in October 2016. Nikki’s proudest moments so far have included seeing the Hear Today community project become a regular monthly social hub for people with worries about their hearing, and the events that have grown from that, the highlight being the Deaf Tennis event in August 2017. A great personal achievement for Nikki was when she passed level two in BSL, after becoming deaf through Sudden Hearing Loss. When Nikki is not at work she enjoys teaching cookery to teenagers for the Duke of Edinburgh Award and to prepare them for university life. Nikki loves playing tennis regularly and walking her Labrador, Loki.

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