NCBI volunteers are a vital part of the organisation. Six of NCBI’s long standing volunteers were recognised and thanked for their great work and contribution to NCBI Charity Shops. A huge Thank You to: Paul Williams – NCBI Charity shop Crumlin May Pullen – NCBI Charity shop Ringsend Tommy Pullen – NCBI …Read More about Volunteer Appreciation Lunch
A Tralee house clearance company has been praised today for its spirit of generosity and support to the NCBI. Clearforce, run by Richard Gurney and his Wife Claire, has been a stalwart supporter of the NCBI. The generous duo have been donating top quality items to the NCB shop in Ashe St. Tralee, becoming one …Read More about Tralee company praised for its spirit of charity
LEIXLIP BARGAIN HUNTERS REJOICE AS NEW NCBI SHOP OPENS ITS DOORS A new charity shop in aid of the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) has opened in Leixlip. The shop in Unit 3, Main St, is stocked with quality clothes, some new and some pre loved, books and other items to raise …Read More about LATEST NCBI CHARITY SHOP ADDS TO THE LEIXLIP FASHION SCENE
The Dublin Rose was blooming lovely at the NCBI shop on the Crumlin Road shop this week as she dropped in for a shopping experience with a difference!. 25 year old Primary Teacher, Maria Coughlan, from Malahide, jumped at the chance of participating in the NCBI Fashion Makeover Challenge, saying she is a devotee of …Read More about Dublin Rose thinks NCBI is blooming lovely!
Are you up for the NewsFour NCBI Fashion Makeover Challenge? Do you live in the D4 catchment area? If so write into the paper,firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell them why, in one sentence, you would like to be dressed top to toe for around €30 in our fabulous Ringsend shop! We can’t wait to meet the …Read More about Are you up for the NewsFour NCBI Fashion Makoever Challenge?