it's Irish name is Ionad Naomh Pádraig. You can see the centre in the background.
From the very first day of opening there has been a comprehensive framework of activities that presents the people of our community with every opportunity to participate more fully in community life and thus foster a deeper sense of identity. These user groups include primary and secondary school children, Pobal ar Aire, people with disabilities & learning difficulties, women and men’s groups, parents and toddlers & people with environmental interests. The facilities available for groups and businesses include a function hall, fully equipped with audio visual, projector and screen, IT Suite, Board Room, classrooms and meeting rooms.
They also provide facilities whereby local tutors rent space to provide a myriad of services, including danceclasses,Aerobics, Yoga, Tai Chi, Martial Arts, Drama Pilates, public discussions/debates on relevant issues.