Mary Hare Hearing Services

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The year 2017 is a very important year for two of the businesses within Mary Hare Hearing Services, as they’re both celebrating significant anniversaries.

Mary Hare Hearing Services comprises of Mary Hare Hearing Centre, which is located in Newbury town centre, Arlington Laboratories and the Hearing Aid Repair Shop (HARS), both of which are based at Mary Hare Primary School on the edge of Greenham Common.

All three businesses support Mary Hare School for deaf children, as 50% of their profits go to the school which was founded over 70 years ago.

This year Arlington Laboratories and HARS are commemorating their respective 20th and 15th anniversaries.

Arlington Laboratories was originally set up, in 1997, to make earmoulds for the pupils of Mary Hare School by its former Principal, Dr Ivan Tucker. It quickly grew to the thriving business it is today, and is now one of the largest earmould manufacturers in the UK, supplying both the NHS and the private sector. Arlington Laboratories offer the most extensive product range available on the market today. The development of new technology has seen the introduction of 3D printing to Arlington’s portfolio of production techniques.

HARS has repaired thousands of hearing aids, of all makes and models, since it launched in 2002. It has customers not just in the UK, but across Europe and as far afield as the USA, Canada and Australia. Supporting both private clients and hearing aid dispensers, the HARS team regularly receives 5 star customer feedback for their exceptional customer service and technical expertise.

Jo Revell, General Manager of Arlington Laboratories and HARS, said, “This special double anniversary year is a chance for both businesses to celebrate their achievements and to look ahead to the future. It’s also a time to recognise the immense contribution they’ve made to the education of thousands of deaf children and young people at Mary Hare School over the years.”

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Chula Bishop

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