Castaheany Community Centre


About our centre

Castaheany Community Centre is open outside of school hours from 4 pm to 10 pm Monday to Friday and as requested on weekends. Why not give us a call or pop-in to reception with questions on bookings and availability? We will be very happy to talk to you. We are always looking for fresh ideas and welcome new groups.
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 for a cup of tea and pick up a time-table 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.

Castaheany Community Centre Hall

What you can find in our centre

Medium-sized sports hall with stage areaMarked courts and seating available on request.
Meeting RoomsRoom are suitable for a wide range of activities such as arts and crafts, group meetings and training.
All-weather artificial pitchMultipurpose sport all-weather pitch.
Castaheany Community Centre Pitch

History of the centre

The Community Centre was built in 2008 as part of the Fingal Schools Model and is located on a campus with Mary Mother of Hope National School.


  • Active Retired
  • Adult Education
  • Adult Fitness
  • Art & Craft
  • Birthday Parties
  • Child/Teen Fitness
  • Childcare
  • Children's Education
  • Choir
  • Church Groups
  • Community Events
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • First Aid
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Holistic Therapy
  • Integration Programmes
  • Martial Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Resident Association Meetings
  • Scouts
  • Social Clubs
  • Social Enterprise
  • Sport
  • Support Clinics
  • Support Groups
  • Training & Development
  • Weight Management
  • Youth Club

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (free parking) or take the bus.
Dublin Bus: 70, 270. Get off at Castaheaney Estate stop.