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30/07/2021

'Fiver Friday' savings at Kildare National Council for the Blind charity shops tomorrow

Three items for a fiver at the nine Kildare branches

Kildare's Sean Ó Fearghail gets a make over for charity

File photo: Sean Ó Fearghail got makeover at the NCBI store in Newbridge as part of an awareness campaign

Customers of NCBI shops throughout the country have added reason to shop with them tommorrow Friday, March 16, as the charity is rowing in behind the ‘Fiver Friday’ initiative spearheaded by the Joe Duffy show.

The hugely popular shopping event is a platform for NCBI to showcase its special deals to the public across all of its 98 stores nationwide including Athy, Kildare, Naas, Clane , Leixlip, Celbridge, Maynooth, and two branches in Newbridge.

Customers can expect a bargain bonanza, with the charity offering three selected items for €5.

The shops specialise in clothes, accessories ,books and bric a brac.  

The NCBI is Ireland’s national charity working for the rising number of people affected by sight loss. 

It offers emotional support and counselling for people struggling to come to terms with sight loss, rehabilitation training, including independent living skills and mobility training, advice and information, low vision solutions, such as magnifiers and other aids, assistive technology advice and training.

Customers of NCBI shops throughout the country have added reason to shop with them tommorrow Friday, March 16, as the charity is rowing in behind the ‘Fiver Friday’ initiative spearheaded by the Joe Duffy show.

The hugely popular shopping event is a platform for NCBI to showcase its special deals to the public across all of its 98 stores nationwide including Athy, Kildare, Naas, Clane , Leixlip, Celbridge, Maynooth, and two branches in Newbridge.

Customers can expect a bargain bonanza, with the charity offering three selected items for €5.

The shops specialise in clothes, accessories ,books and bric a brac.  

The NCBI is Ireland’s national charity working for the rising number of people affected by sight loss. 

It offers emotional support and counselling for people struggling to come to terms with sight loss, rehabilitation training, including independent living skills and mobility training, advice and information, low vision solutions, such as magnifiers and other aids, assistive technology advice and training.

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