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Castleland Store’s new online shop

Castleland Store’s new online shop is now open!

All prices at online shop are lower than in-store. On most items, there is no need to buy more than one of the same or similar product to avail of a special offer. There is no charge for card payments online. 

Orders can be either be collected from Castleland Store or be delivered to your doorstep – See Delivery Information for more details.

It’s continually being updated. Castleland Store would like you to send any comments and suggestions via their Contact Us page as they would be welcome.

Shop online at castleland.irishdeaf.com

Follow them on Castleland’s Facebook Page

Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 10.12.18

In this week’s update – download: KDRC update 10.12.18.pdf

  • HAPPY 1st BIRTHDAY TO THE IRISH SIGN LANGAUGE ACT.
  • NATIONAL IRISH SIGN LANGUAGE DAY 2018.
  • EVENTS TAKING PLACE AROUND IRELAND FOR ISL DAY 2018.
  • CONGRATULATIONS TO THE IDS ON THIS WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENT.

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Accessible Subtitled Cinema! Northern & Southern Ireland


Mary Poppins Returns subtitled (U) 130 mins
After their first adventure with their magical nanny, Jane and Michael Banks have grown up, suffered a personal loss, and the wonder has gone out of their lives. But with the help of Mary Poppins, as well as a local lamplighter named Jack, they’ll be able to rediscover the joy and magic they once shared.  Stars Emily Blunt Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Wishaw, Meryl Streep.

None listed. All cinemas can show all films on this site with subtitles. Please ask your nearest ones to do so!



Bumblebee subtitled (PG) 113 mins
In 1987, a teenage girl discovers an old, battered and rusty VW Beetle in a small town’s junkyard. And she soon learns that it’s secretly a Transformer called ‘Bumblebee’. Together, they set out on an adventure…

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Question about accessibility survey

Hello, colleagues of Irish deaf,

I’m Álvaro De Ramón Murillo, from the accessible tourism NGO Native. We have been one of the 6 projects promoted by the United Nations (UN) and its One Planet Sustainable Tourism Program. We are conducting our search for information on how people with minor hearing loss, severe hearing loss or total hearing loss would like to travel.

That is why we ask you to disseminate to your members this brief survey we have done to help improve the response and solutions for a more adequate stay for the elderly or with some type of limitation when traveling around the world.

I leave the link to the annual magazine of the World Tourism Organization (United Nations) that dedicates the photo of the cover and page 38.
http://cf.cdn.unwto.org/sites/all/files/docpdf/20172018amagfinalwithcopyright.pdf

The link to the survey is the following: https://goo.gl/forms/NkN1kZFDArD1oMpg1

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Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 03.12.18

In this week’s update – download: KDRC update 03.12.18.pdf

  • 1st YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE IRISH SIGN LANGUAGE ACT.
  • WHAT DOES THE ISL ACT COVER?
  • REMINDER OF OFFICE HOLIDAYS.

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Accessible Subtitled Cinema! Northern & Southern Ireland


Mary Poppins Returns subtitled (U) 130 mins
After their first adventure with their magical nanny, Jane and Michael Banks have grown up, suffered a personal loss, and the wonder has gone out of their lives. But with the help of Mary Poppins, as well as a local lamplighter named Jack, they’ll be able to rediscover the joy and magic they once shared.  Stars Emily Blunt Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Wishaw, Meryl Streep.

None listed. All cinemas can show all films on this site with subtitles. Please ask your nearest ones to do so!



Mortal Engines subtitled (12a) 128 mins
A thrilling saga starring Robert Sheehan, Hera Hilmar and Hugo Weaving. Mortal Engines takes us to an Earth where civilisation has been destroyed by a cataclysmic event, and in this new era, gigantic moving “traction cities” roam the world.

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One year anniversary of the Irish Sign Language Act- celebrations in Dublin led by IDS

KDRC Kerry Deaf Resource Centre: Exciting news…The Irish Deaf Society (IDS) is holding an event on the 14th December in Deaf Village Ireland (DVI) in Dublin.

To see this information in Irish Sign Language, go to https://vimeo.com/302461016

Why the 14th December? Here is what they have to say about the Big Day !!!

I’m sure you all remember last year, the day Irish Sign Language (ISL) was officially recognised in the Dáil.

Now it’s one year on and we want to celebrate the day! We’d like to invite you to join us in our celebrations here at DVI in the Hub at 11 am.

We will have a brief review on the last year since ISL was recognised. If you can’t come don’t worry about it, that night from 7 pm we will meet in Doyle’s Pub, downstairs.

If you are not able to attend either event, feel free to organise your own events all over Ireland to celebrate National ISL Day on the 14th December!
Looking forward to seeing everyone’s photos from the celebrations.

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Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Newsletter 26.11.18

IN THIS WEEK’s NEWSLETTER – download: KDRC newsletter 26.11.18.pdf

  • CHRISTMAS BOOK & GIFT CLUB.
  • CHRISTMAS GIFTS WITH A DIFFERENCE.
  • AMBO LAZARIST DEAF SCHOOL (SUPPORTED BY ETHIOPIA DEAF PROJECT).
  • KAL DEAF CENTRE- BAHIR DAR (SUPPORTED BY VISIONS).

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14th Dec – South County Bar

With Cork Deaf Club

18th Dec – Cork Deaf Club’s Christmas Bingo

At Cork Deaf Club,

5 McCurtain Street, Cork
T23 KD39

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