Sports Clubs

Clontarf is home to a range of award-winning Sports Clubs, including two GAA clubs, three full-sized golf courses and the Northside's oldest sailing club.

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Schools

Education institutes in Clontarf include a number of primary and secondary schools catering for both boys and girls as well as two mixed junior schools and one mixed secondary school

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Societies

Societies are a great way to get out and meet people in your local area. Why not bridge or take up gardening?

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Churches

Clontarf has a number of beautiful, historic churches as well as more modern ones. Local churches include those of Roman Catholic, Methodist, Anglican and Presbyterian faith

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Charities

There are a number of charities, both locally and nationally known, which are based here in Clontarf. Perhaps there is a local charity you'd like to get involved in?

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Scout Groups

Scouting is a great activity for kids to get involved in. Here in Clontarf, there are two Scouting groups, one Sea Scout club and a Girl Guides group

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Other Residents' Groups

Separate to the Clontarf Residents' Association, there are a number of other independent hyper-local residents' association operating in areas and streets of Clontarf

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Environmental Groups

Clontarf is home to St. Anne's Park, the North Bull Island and iconic Promenade. There are a number of local groups which aim to encourage, protect and keep our local environment clean

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Hospitals and Rehab

Clontarf is home to the Irish Wheelchair Association and the Incorporated Orthopaedic Hospital, both based off Blackheath Park

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Youth Clubs

Clontarf's only active Youth Club is Foróige which is part of Ireland's leading youth organisation. The Club is currently based in St. Anthony's Hall.

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