The annual Pancake Tuesday fundraiser was a huge success, raising €1,858.70! Thank you to everyone who dropped by to St. Agnes’ Parish Hall, Crumlin and supported the morning! And of course a huge thank you to Netta Edgerton, who has been doing this for NCBI for many years and puts in so much work, with …Read More about Flipping Pancakes for NCBI
The Virtual Technology Club was launched in April 2017 in recognition of the fact that for many people with sight loss who rely on technology to live an independent life, it can be difficult to travel to access training or support, or to meet other users and share knowledge. Our Virtual Technology Club takes …Read More about NCBI Virtual Technology Club
Frank Callery writes about the origins of the site of NCBI’s head office in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The site of NCBI’s head office at Whitworth Road has a colourful past and Whitworth Road was not always Whitworth Road, it was first called Belvedere Street and came about in this manner. With …Read More about What lies beneath
We are delighted to inform you that tactile ballot templates will be used in referenda from this year, allowing people with sight loss to vote in secret for the first time. The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government consulted with NCBI on the design of the template and we are pleased to say …Read More about Tactile Ballot Paper Templates Available at Next Referendum
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