Huntstown Community Centre


About our centre

Huntstown Community Centre is open seven days a week depending on demand and can cater for a wide range of activities. The centre is the heart of the community and a positive hub where everyone can take part in:

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

For more information, feel free to call or visit and we will give you a timetable and show you how to book-in for activities. Or why not drop in for a tea or coffee in our coffee shop? We always welcome new people.

Huntstown Community Centre - Coffee Shop

What you can find in our centre

Medium-sized sports hallSports hall available for sports such as indoor soccer, basketball and others. Suitable for large gatherings.
Meeting RoomsRooms are suitable for a wide range of activities such as meetings for resident associations, sporting clubs, arts and crafts, training and a variety of youth activities.
Community coffee shopOpen from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday and provides a place for people to drop in and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee.
Youth roomHere we have special services for youth such as the Huntstown Community Youth Project and Garda Youth Diversion Programme run by Foróige.
Artificial sports pitchAvailable for a wide range of sporting and recreational outdoor activities.
Community childcare projectWe have a community child care pre-school service.
Huntstown Community Centre - Hall

History of the centre

The community centre was built in 2001 and is owned by Huntstown Community Centre CLG on behalf of the local community. Our staff manage the centre day to day with the support and partnership of the Board of Directors and state agencies. We reinvest any profit made to upgrade and maintain the centre and develop programs to meet the ever changing needs of the community.


  • Active Retired
  • Adult Education
  • Adult Fitness
  • Art & Craft
  • Birthday Parties
  • Childcare
  • Children's Education
  • Community Events
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • First Aid
  • Gardening
  • Performing Arts
  • Resident Association Meetings
  • Scouts
  • Social Clubs
  • Social Enterprise
  • Sport
  • Support Clinics
  • Support Groups
  • Youth Club

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (free parking) or take the bus.
Bus: 39, 39a, 39x, 220. Get off at the Sacred Heart Church stop.