112th Dublin Knocklyon Scout Group
Knocklyon Road, Dublin 16

Through fun and adventure based programmes, scouting offers the opportunity for young people to develop as better citizens with the aim of creating a better world. Knocklyon Scout Group is one of the largest in Ireland, offering programmes to over 300 young people in the community.
For details on joining, enquire to Olga Curran phone: 01 4941281


Boden Park Residents Association

Chairperson : Shane Brennan

Vice Chairman : John Breen

Treasurer : Niall Garvey


Knocklyon Concert Band
St. Colmcille's Community School, Scholarstown Road, Knocklyon, Dublin 16

The Knocklyon Concert Band Society, a voluntary community-based music education resource, was founded in 1998 to give an opportunity to young people in the greater Knocklyon area to play a musical instrument. An initial 35 boys and girls received a crash course on the recorder followed by the formation of the first fully instrumented Knocklyon Concert Band.

This small group gave their first public concert in Santa Maria College in June 2000 and some of those young players are still involved with the Society today. Since those early years the Society’s numbers have swelled to capacity and we now have 150 young people participating in our Instrument, Theory and Band Programme.

In 2001 the Society took the major step of forming a team of committed parents who now oversee every aspect of the running and progres of the School.

The Society currently has two fully instrumented Concert Bands at Junior and Senior level of approximately 50-60 members each, along with a 20-piece Jazz Band called the ‘The Swing Kings’.

We are based in St. Colmcille’s Community School on the Scholarstown Road and operate on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings during the school year.

c/o St. Colmcille’s Community School, Scholarstown Road, Knocklyon, Dublin 16, Ireland.

Knocklyon ICA Guild
58 Merrion Road, Dublin 4

Knocklyon ICA Guild meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month in the Knocklyon Community Centre at 8.30pm. Unusual crafts, interesting speakers, demonstrations, outings, lively chat and good company finished with a cuppa.

This new and reformed ICA guild in Knocklyon would love to welcome new members and new ideas.

Further information can be obtained from Mary Poole, P.R.O. on 087-2103474.


Knocklyon Social Bridge Club
Iona Center, St. Colmcilles, Knocklyon, Dublin 16
087 9893043087 9893043

This is a group of novice players who would welcome anyone who is at a similar or slightly more advanced level to come along and play with them on Mondays.

Admission €4.00

They meet every Monday in the Iona Centre from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM

New Players welcome.

Contact: Dympna Hogan 087-9893043

Knocklyon Woods Residents Association
Knocklyon Woods, Heights, Delaford, Idrone Dublin16

The Knocklyon Woods Residents’ Association was set up to look after the interests of all residents of Knocklyon Woods & Heights, Idrone and Delaford.

We are non-sectarian, non-racist and non party-political. We promote the interests of members in a democratic fashion and with respect for all. We encourage community integration and we respect multi-culturalism and diversity.

We regularly co-ordinate campaigns on behalf of residents in matters of mutual interest.

The Association has campaigned on many issues over the year

Knocklyon Woods Chairperson : Deirdre O’Donovan 086 1715298

[email protected]

Secretary : Iain Hogan

Treasurer : Mona Garvey


Knocklyon Youth And Community Centre
Idrone Avenue, Knocklyon, Dublin 16
(01) 494 3991(01) 494 3991

Apart from the ongoing activities booked for the Centre, there are other activities which take place in the Centre as well as one-off events.

These include children’s Birthday Parties every Saturday afternoon, Confirmation Receptions First Holy Communion Receptions Parish Week Bingo and Talent Show, School Meetings, Easter and Summer Camps, KAIES Art Exhibitions, Book Sales, Residents Association Meetings, Blood Transfusion Board Clinics, Cat Fancy of Ireland Show Community Games activities commence around April after Knocklyon United start training outdoors.

Dancing Competitions.

Kobra Residents Association Knocklyon
Knockfield, Orlagh Beverly, Knocklyon, Dublin 16,

Chairperson : Anne Newe

[email protected] 

Secretaries : Linda White & Kim Synott

[email protected] 

Treasurer : Michelle Hannon

(Knockfield, Orlagh, Beverly Residents  Association)


Prospect Manor Residents Association

Award winning Prospect Manor is positioned in a stunning location just off the tree-lined road of Stocking Lane in Rathfarnham.

Prospect Manor has a unique charm of its own with its distinctive high quality mix of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses in a well-maintained Estate.

Cavan Developments and Albany Homes commenced building work on the Estate in 1992, and building continued until 1999. The Estate was formally blessed on 14th August 1999.

Prospect Manor was voted “Best Estate in South Dublin” in 2006 & “Best Presented Housing Estate” in 2011. We also received a runner-up commendation in 2003.

Chairperson : Patricia Brennan

Vice Chair : David Kelly 086 2427701

[email protected]


Templeroan Residents Association

Chairperson : Dennis Silver 087 258 9101

Secretary : Gary Davitt 087 907 5511

Treasurer : Helena Shanahan : 087 838 3765

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