We are very proud to announce the opening of our new boutique audiology practice at The Grange in Saunderton, Bucks. Home to the charities Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and Hearing Link.  We are very fortunate to be working from an idyllic setting of the Music Room in the original farmhouse, overlooking the beautiful and peaceful walled garden.  


Established 30 years ago, our small family business has grown to three practices in the Chiltern area. Aston Hearing at the Grange takes us back home to where our first practice started from a small office in Princes Risborough. Working at The Grange puts our professional audiology services right where they belong, complementing the work of the two charities. 

This is a place where people turn to for help with their hearing and Aston Hearing adds that extra audiology expertise. 

As part of our boutique service we have our three audiology and clinical specialists.

Duncan Collet-Fenson

Managing Director will be responsible for Audiology and Hearing Technology appointments on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Sereta Parker

Audiologist is leading our clinical ear care service and responsible for the wax removal and ear care advice on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Paula Cook

Audiologist is heading up a very interesting project, working alongside Hearing Link charity providing impartial, free advice at The Hearing Link Hub on Fridays.

Looking after your ears and hearing is an important part of everyday healthcare from childhood through to old age and it’s never too soon to start taking your hearing seriously. 

Simply book an appointment to have a private hearing assessment or wax removal on site. You can be assured our audiologists understand how to deal with hearing issues and can support you on your own personal hearing journey. 

When you come for an appointment with Aston Hearing you can take advantage of the delicious food and drink served at the Grange Restaurant. You can choose to sit inside or outside overlooking the lovely gardens. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome too, in fact you will find lots of Hearing Dogs around the site.

Free parking is available in the main car park and it is a level walk to the main entrance.