As more people, especially the over 70s, are being encouraged to self-isolate, those who wear hearing aids will increasingly rely on communicating with loved ones over the telephone and receiving the news via the radio or television. Working hearing aids are essential for all who rely on them.

Are you, a loved one or friend living with:
• Hearing loss/tinnitus
• Worried about your hearing or hearing aids?
• Adjusting tohearing aids
• Uncertain where to obtain batteries and new tubes?
• Not sure how to retube?

If so, local RNID Community Support Officer Angie Baker can be contacted on 07442 538939 or via email at angela.baker@rnid.org.uk. The national helpline number is 0808 808 9000

Report Potholes

Essex County Council is responsible for highways in and around Brightlingsea. Report potholes directly here.

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Most articles on this site feature a "Listen" button - when clicked you will hear the text read back. Make sure your speakers are on and the volume is turned up.

FixMyStreet

FixMyStreet directs reports of problems with your street, such as failed streetlights, to the correct local authority department.

Discover Brightlingsea

Read the annual town guide produced by the Town Council. 

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