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Joanann Urges Tralee People To Support NCBI’s ‘Clear Our Paths’ Campaign

Joanann Urges Tralee People To Support NCBI’s ‘Clear Our Paths’ Campaign

November 14, 2017 at 4:26 pm 1 comment

  PEOPLE in Tralee are today being asked to join a movement to ensure people who are blind or vision impaired can move around freely and safely. The National Council for the Blind of Ireland has launched a nationwide awareness campaign urging people not to place obstacles in the way […]

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Breda To Take A Dive For The NCBI This Month

Breda To Take A Dive For The NCBI This Month

September 1, 2017 at 5:14 pm Comments are Disabled

NCBI employee Breda Sheehan from Kilflynn, sees jumping out of a plane to raise funds for the  national sight loss agency as “the easy option”! The intrepid lady who manages NCBI retail shop in Ashe Street, Tralee is about to take a skydive for the the National Council for the […]

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NCBI To Hold Public Meeting For People Affected With Sight Loss

NCBI To Hold Public Meeting For People Affected With Sight Loss

August 23, 2017 at 2:04 pm Comments are Disabled

THE National Council For The Blind Of Ireland (NCBI) is holding a public meeting in Tralee on September 6 in a bid to engage with people who are directly affected with sight loss. The meetings are being held to  focus attention on the difficulties people who are blind or vision impaired encounter […]

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Launching Cassidy's Dine in the Dark were staff at the restaurant, from left: Martina Ryan Murphy, Geraldine Cassidy, Mags Fitzgerald and Steve Trew. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Restaurant To Serve Up ‘Dine In The Dark Experience’ For Charity

October 25, 2016 at 12:22 pm Comments are Disabled

DINERS are invited to take part in a fun night whilst dining blindfolded in order to raise much-needed funds for the National Council for The Blind Ireland (NCBI) Cassidy’s Restaurant on Abbey Street is taking part in ‘Dine In The Dark’ for NCBI this November and it’s being promoted by one of Ireland’s top […]

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