The Cottage Community Centre


About our centre

The Cottage Community Centre is open to the public Monday to Saturday depending on demand. We are beside St Macullins Centre. We want the centre to be an inclusive and positive place for the community allowing everyone to take part in:

• 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. We always welcome new people.

The Cottage Community Centre - Meeting Room

What you can find in our centre

2 medium-sized meeting RoomsSpace is 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. Wi-Fi and projectors available.
Community gardenPlace for reflection planted by our youth club members.

History of the centre

The Cottage Community Centre in Lusk was officially opened in October 2017. It is in the heart of medieval Lusk and is next to the round tower national monument which dates back to the 9th century. It is managed by a team of staff funded under a Community Employment Scheme. The centre is owned by Fingal County Council and managed under a management licence by Lusk Community Council.


  • Active Retired
  • Adult Education
  • Adult Fitness
  • Art & Craft
  • Baby Massage
  • Bingo
  • Birthday Parties
  • Child/Teen Fitness
  • Children's Education
  • Community Events
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • First Aid
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Holistic Therapy
  • Integration Programmes
  • Resident Association Meetings
  • Social Clubs
  • Support Clinics
  • Support Groups
  • Training & Development
  • Weight Management
  • Youth Club

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (off-street parking) or take the bus.
Bus: 33, 33n, 33x. Get off at Lusk Station Road.
Train: 20 min walk from Rush and Lusk Station