Baldoyle Community Hall


About our centre

Baldoyle Community Hall is open seven days a week depending on demand and caters for a wide range of activities. On average, we have over 50,000 visitors per year. These include people of all ages, abilities and ethnicities and our community makes everyone welcome. We want the centre to be a positive hub for the community allowing everyone to take part in:

• sport
• leisure
• community development
• educational and recreational activities

Feel free to call in pick up a timetable and see what activities are taking place. We will show you how to book-in for activities. Don’t be afraid to try out an event or class for the first time.

BalDoyle Community Centre Exhibition Space

What you can find in our centre

Medium-sized sports hallSports hall available for a wide range of sport, fitness and recreational activities.
Meeting RoomsSuitable for arts and crafts, training, meetings and a variety of activities for all ages.
Childcare projectThere is a pre-school located at our premises.
Office spaceOffice space for members of the public and local groups.
BalDoyle Community Centre Exercise Classes

History of the centre

The Community Hall has been run by a board of local volunteers since 1996 and is owned by Fingal County Council. We are a primarily self-funded centre and depend on contributions from our service users to cover running costs. Staff from TUS and CE (community employment programmes) make a vital contribution to the centre by helping to keep the running costs low while providing supportive employment to people trying to get back on their feet.


  • Active Retired
  • Adult Education
  • Adult Fitness
  • Art & Craft
  • Baby Massage
  • Bingo
  • Birthday Parties
  • Child/Teen Fitness
  • Childcare
  • Children's Education
  • Choir
  • Church Groups
  • Community Events
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • First Aid
  • Gardening
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Holistic Therapy
  • Integration Programmes
  • Martial Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Resident Association Meetings
  • Social Clubs
  • Social Enterprise
  • Support Groups

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (free parking) or take the bus or train.
Bus: 29A, 102, 32,32A. For 29A get off at Baldoyle Hall.
For 102, 32, 32A get off at the Willie Nolan Road.
DART stations: Sutton, Bayside and Clongrifin.