About our centre
Phibblestown Community Centre is open seven days depending on demand and can cater for a wide range of activities. We especially want to help all young people. We believe that lifelong learning is key to personal development and wellbeing, social inclusion and economic prosperity. We put young people and learners at the heart of everything we do.
We want the centre to be a positive hub for the community allowing everyone to take part in:
- community development
- educational and recreational activities
For more information, feel free to call or visit us. We will give you a timetable and show you how to book. We always welcome new people getting involved so we can build a better community for all.
What you can find in our centre
|Large sports hall||Five marked badminton courts, basketball nets, junior training hoops, and activity mats. We have bleacher seating. For large groups we have space for 300 chairs. The hall can be subdivided into two sections.|
|Meeting Rooms||Suitable for arts and crafts, training, meetings, youth groups and a range of activities.|
|Artificial all weather pitch||Sand-based artificial pitch with external changing rooms.|
|Music studio||Available for youth work.|
|Childcare facility||Pre-school and after-school childcare services.|
|Youth activity room||Room dedicated to youth activities such as Foróige youth projects.|
|Dance studio||This room has wall-to-wall mirrors and is suitable for a wide variety of dance and fitness activities. It can also cater for a variety of training and meeting needs.|
|Braille signage||On all directional and door signage.|
History of the centre
The centre was built as part of the Fingal Schools Model in 2012 following significant investment from Fingal County Council and is located on a campus with Colaiste Pobail Setanta and Scoil Grainne primary school. The centre is operated by Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board Youth and Sports Services (DDLETB).