Mourne Estate Community Centre


The Mourne Estate Community Centre, owned by Fingal County Council, provides a range of facilities for the surrounding community of Skerries. The centre is managed by Foroige who provide a wide range of supports and services to young people living in the local community to enable them to involve themselves consciously and actively in their own development and the development of society. Foroige also work with local groups and clubs through the provision of meeting rooms at the centre. Mourne Estate Football Club also have changing facilities located on site.

Mourne Estate Community Centre is open seven days a week depending on demand and  caters for a wide range of youth activities. The centre is a positive hub for the community of Skerries encouraging the community to engage in :

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

You can check our Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates

Mourne Estate Community Centre - Project Room

What you can find in our centre

Meeting roomsSuitable for arts and crafts, training, meetings, youth groups and a variety of activities.
Mourne Estate Community Centre - Hall

Further information on Foroige services

Foroiges’ Coastal North Dublin project provides out of school supports for young people aged 10- 24 years old. We offer targeted, quality, flexible and sustainable youth services within the local communities of Skerries, Rush and Lusk. We aim to allow young people to achieve their full potential by strengthening their personal and social development. Our project provides different types of services including;

  • Small group activities, with two to eight people
  • Large group activities, with nine or more people (including youth cafe’s)
  • Outreach
  • Trips away
  • Large group events, like festivals
  • Advocacy 
  • Direct support of young volunteers
  • One to one services

The aim of these activities is to give you a place to build on your own individual strengths. 

We have three different projects that offer support to young people; YDP – Youth Diversion project, UBU and THI – teenage health Initiative.

We aim to cater for as many young people through our 3 different projects; 

YDP: 12-17, Community based, supported youth development project which seeks to divert young people from becoming involved (or further involved) in antisocial or criminal behaviour. facilitate personal development & promote civic responsibility. Includes family support work.

UBU: 10-24, provides out of school support. We offer targeted, quality, flexible & sustainable youth services. We aim to allow young people to achieve their full potential by strengthening their personal & social development. The aim of the activities we facilitate is to give the young person a place to build on your own individual strengths.

THI: young males aged 12-17, focuses on a primary preventive programme called the REAL U. It is a personal development & sex education programme aimed at equipping young males with the skills, knowledge & confidence to develop healthy relationships and delay the onset of early sexual activity. 

History of the centre

The Mourne Estate Community Facility was built in 2003.


  • Children's Education
  • Social Clubs
  • Sport
  • Support Groups
  • Youth Club

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (free parking) or take the bus.
Bus: 33, 33a. Get off at the Selskare Court stop.