Hearing Aid Clinics

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Please look below to find the hearing aid drop-in clinic most convenient for you.

There is no need to make an appointment (except for our Langholm clinic) as you will be seen on a first come first served basis.

Our trained volunteers will be happy to:

  • Re-tube, clean and undertake minor repairs on your hearing aids.
  • Offer advice, on how clean and get the most from your aids
  • Point you in the right direction for other services and equipment you may find useful.

Annandale and Eskdale drop-in times ( View Locations )

AnnanSt Andrews Church Hall, Bank StreetSecond and fourth Tuesday of the month 10am – 12pm
Langholm Appointment Only – Book NowCommunity Day Centre, Charles StreetThird Wednesday of the month     1pm – 3pm
Lockerbie (Starting May 2022)Town Hall, High Street
 
First Wednesday of the month 10am – 12pm
MoffatTown Hall, High StreetThird Tuesday of the month10am – 12pm

Nithsdale drop-in times ( View Locations )

DumfriesThe Baptist Church, Gillbrae Road Every Friday    10am – 12pm
Dumfries North West Resource Centre, College DriveSecond Monday of the month   10am – 12pm
KirkconnelNith Buildings, Greystone Avenue DG4 6RXLast Tuesday of the month 10am – 12pm

Stewartry drop-in times ( View Locations )

Castle DouglasCommunity Centre, 25 Cotton StreetSecond & fourth Thursday of the month10am – 12pm
Dalbeattie Christ Church Hall, Blair StreetSecond Tuesday of the month 10am – 12pm
Kirkcudbright The Johnston, St Mary StreetThird Friday of the month     2pm – 4pm

Wigtownshire drop-in times ( View Locations )

Newton StewartNewton Stewart Initiative, Church StreetFirst Tuesday of the month10am – 12pm
StranraerMillennium Centre, 75 George StreetSecond & fourth Wednesday of the month11am – 1pm
WigtownThe Smiddy, Low Vennel Third Thursday of the month2pm – 4pm
Whithorn (Starting May 2022)South Machars Community Centre, Castle HillSecond Saturday of the month 10am – 12pm

Donate

Our service is free but as a charity we rely on donations to help us to continue to run our services. Any donation you can provide will help us to continue to deliver our clinics, visit Care Homes and undertake Home Visits to our most vulnerable service users. You can help us to keep Dumfries and Galloway Hearing.

We have 60 volunteers and one full time staff member and one part time staff member. In 2018 we helped 4579 service users and maintained 7816 hearing aids.

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