Westside Resource Centre - Welcome

photo of Westside Resource CentreWestside Resource Centre CLG is a community-based organisation with charitable status. We opened our doors on Seamus Quirke Road in 2001, having moved from the old premises in the Westside Enterprise Park. The new Westside Resource Centre building was officially opened on 6th June of that year by President Mary McAleese. Westside Resource Centre is managed by a Voluntary Committee on behalf of the Local Community.

Westside Resource Centre provides fully serviced offices to a variety of services and local branches of national organisations.

We support community work in the local area and are very much involved with community initiatives such as Westside Arts Festival, Westside Christmas Market, Social Inclusion Week and Culture Night.

Westside Resource Centre has a range of meeting rooms available for hire by community, voluntary and support groups. Over thirty local and national organisations use the resource centre's facilities throughout the year.

The resource centre serves as a base for a number of local community groups such as Westside Community Patchers, Westside Men's Club, Westside Craft Group and Westside Community Organic Garden.

Connected Hubs Network

Westside Resource Centre has become a member of the Connected Hubs network. This is an initiative by the Department of Rural and Community Development. The aim of the programme is to create an accessible network of broadband-enabled spaces throughout the country that will allow people to work closer to home by using local meeting facilities, offices and hot-desking.

The network offers a “one-stop shop” for finding and contacting hubs in your local area. You can visit our page on the Connected Hubs website to see more details.

Westside Resource Centre joined the network as a Community Hub and welcomes bookings from a wide range of community and voluntary organisations.

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