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Padraig and Kate

Introducing our new CEO – Padraig Mallon

We are pleased to welcome Padraig Mallon as our new CEO.  Padraig has a wealth of experience having been CEO of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind for over 15 years. Prior to that he was with the United Nations Development Programme and was CEO of the Irish Examiner newspaper.
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Basketball and other sports with The Kingdom Wheelblasters

Basketball and other sports with The Kingdom Wheelblasters

As a 10-year-old at the time, I wanted to be involved in sports but I couldn’t find anything near where I live. Lots of my friends were playing football with my local GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) club, but obviously playing a mainstream sport was difficult for me because of my disability.
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Music & Theatre - BREAKING BARRIERS - Live Performance

Accessible stage is helping wheelchair users put on show

A Cork production of Alice In Wonderland is set to feature a full cast of wheelchair users following the construction of an accessible stage in Ballincollig. The youth theatre group 'Breaking Barriers', all under the age of 18 years, will stage the production in the Crann Centre, which offers services for people with Spina Bifida...
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Indiana University School of Medicine visits Crann Project Ireland

Indiana University School of Medicine visit Crann

Crann was delighted to have organised and hosted a week-long knowledge exchange trip for Professor Joseph O’Neill and Professor Mary Ciccerili from Indiana University (IU), School of Medicine. This took place from Monday 11th to Friday 15th June, 2018.
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