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Spare your specs for international aid project

Jean-jee spaarail nyn speckleyryn son shalee choonee eddyr-ashoonagh

Juan 'Moddey' Callister bun jeh 'speckleyryn son pobble'

Ta sleih goll er greinnaghey dy chur harrish ny shenn speckleyryn oc myr ayrn jeh troddan trooid magh yn Ellan dy chooney lesh sleih 'sy Nepal as 'sy Romania.

Ta'n shalee 'speckleyryn son pobble' er ve currit er bun ec Juan 'Moddey' Callister.

Ta ynnydyn chymsee ayn nish ayns shappyn Shoprite ayns Purt ny Hinshey, Rhumsaa, Purt Chiarn as Doolish - chammah's ayns shiartanse dy ynnydyn jeelym.

Ta Mnr Callister treishteil dy chooney lhieusyn ayns feme.

AS JUAN CALLISTER : Foddee shiu jus sheiltyn shenn ven ennagh, ta shiu toiggal, ny soie ayns shamyr dorraghey boayl ennagh 'sy Nepal, 
as cur eab dy doccaragh er lhaih - cha s'aym vel ad geddyn pabyryn naight, agh oddagh shen ve veg erbee, as eisht ta peiagh ennagh gra, "Shoh dhyt, cur mood ad shoh," as, ta shiu toiggal, yindyssagh. 


John 'Dog' Callister behind 'glasses for the masses'

People are being urged to donate their old spectacles as part of an Island-wide campaign to help people in Nepal and Romania.

The 'glasses for the masses' project has been set up by John 'Dog' Callister.

Collection points are now in place at Shoprite stores in Peel, Ramsey, Port Erin and Douglas - as well as at some amenity sites.

Mr Callister hopes to help those in need:

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