The NCBI Drogheda team outside the shop at 81 West Street which reopened yesterday.
The National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) reopened its store at 81 West Street, Drogheda yesterday for the first time since March.
The Drogheda store was closed to facilitate maintenance and repairs which are now completed allowing the local community to shop, donate or volunteer.
“NCBI Drogheda is back open and better than ever!” said Stephanie Farrell, Area Manager for NCBI in Drogheda.
“On opening day, we were delighted to swing our doors open and feel the incredible support from members of the local community who supported us before and throughout our closure.
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“We would encourage anyone, whether you’ve visited us before or not, to pop in and say hello to us as we have introduced a whole new stock offering just in time for summer.
“Don’t forget, we also always gratefully accept donations from members of the public and we would love to get as many people as possible involved in volunteering with us. We’ve maintained and built our lovely team at the store, and we want to keep adding to that too!”
“Although our store has been closed for some time, we are in back in a perfect position to help shoppers bag a bargain and root out some hidden gems for their summer wardrobe.”