THANK YOU TO STREET COLLECTION IN LISTOWEL
We would like to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers and to those
who donated to our Street Collection in Listowel on Friday 27th June. All
money raised is very much appreciated and goes towards the overhead costs
here in our Centre in Tralee.
SUBTITLED FILM TO BE SHOWN IN OMNIPLEX TRALEE
The next movie with subtitles to be shown in Tralee will be ‘Mrs Brown’s
Boys D’Movie’ on Tuesday 5th August. It is due to be shown at 8 pm but
please check the cinema for the exact time as this may change.
On the 2nd of September, they are hoping to show a subtitled ‘Dawn of the
Planet of the Apes’.
The cinema is keen to provide subtitled movies but this is also dependent on
the number of people who turn up to watch the movies. If there is strong
interest, they hope to show a subtitled film the first Tuesday of each
Our sincere thanks to Monika, at the Omniplex cinema in Tralee, who has been
most helpful and instrumental in obtaining subtitled film screenings for the
Deaf and hard of hearing community.
You can check the Tralee film screenings by going to the Omniplex cinemas
SHARED READING PROGRAMME FAMILY BOOK BAGS
We would like to extend our thanks to the Shared Reading Programme for
sending Family Book Bags to our Centre in Tralee. These books will be
available to parents of deaf children over the coming weeks. For more
information on the Shared Reading Programme, you can contact Geraldine
Broderick in our Centre or by checking out www.deafeducation.ie
THANK YOU FROM IDS REGARDING DEAFORWARD’S CAMPAIGN
Eddie Redmond, CEO of the Irish Deaf Society (IDS), would like to thank
everyone who assisted with the Deaforward Campaign. Due to all the hard
work and support given by their supporters they have had their funding
reinstated for another year. You can see Eddie’s message in sign language
and a Press Release on the IDS’s Facebook page at:
You can view a Press Release from the IDS concerning the reinstatement of
Deaforward’s funding at this link:
BARBEQUE & FUN DAY IN DEAF VILLAGE IRELAND
Dublin Deaf Association and the Irish Deaf Youth Association are coming
together to organise a Barbeque and Fun Day on Saturday 9th August in Deaf
Village Ireland. It will be an exciting event with inflatables and lots of
games. All those over 18 are welcome! The bar in The Hub will be open so
go along and join the fun. The event will start at 4pm and the entry fee is
5euro, which includes food. They are planning lots of surprises on the day
For more information, go to
NATIONAL CHAPLAINCY FOR DEAF PEOPLE ANNUAL HOLIDAYS
The National Chaplaincy for Deaf People (NCDP) would like to advise everyone
that they are on their annual holidays. There will be no 7.30 pm masses at
the Emmaus Chapel, Deaf Village Ireland on Saturday 26th July and Saturday
2nd August 2014.
Irish Sign Language (ISL) Interpreters will sign the 6.30 pm masses on
Saturday 26th July and 2nd August 2014 at the Church of the Most Precious
NOTICE OF CENTRE’S HOLIDAYS
Just a final reminder to everyone that we will close for annual leave at 5pm
on Thursday 31st July and reopen on Friday 1st September at 10am. Again, we
would like to thank all our supporters and staff for their hard work and
commitment to date and wish them a happy and relaxing holiday time.
Lastly, our best wishes to Veronica, Willie & Steven from Co. Kerry who are
heading out to work with the Ambo Deaf community in Ethiopia for two weeks,
along with Susan from the Cork Deaf Association & the 3 Canne sisters from
OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre.
4 Gas Tce, Tralee, Co. Kerry, IRELAND
Charity Number CHY20854
Text (+353) 87 633 4687
Fax (+353) 66 712 0386
Tel (+353) 66 712 0399
KDRC provides services to Deaf and hard of hearing people at county level
and contributes to national issues of equality, access and rights.