Latest Community News: Updated Friday, July 3rd 2015
Ladies Football & Camogie Go Games taking place next week
Next week, we are looking forward to welcoming nearly 1,200 primary school children to Croke Park for the annual Ladies Football and Camogie Go Games. The games will take place from 9am-4pm on Monday, July 6th and Tuesday, July 7th. There will be heavier traffic on Clonliffe Road and St. Joseph's Avenue during both days as all our young participants will be transported by school bus to and from the stadium.
New Café in Croke Park
The GAA Museum Café recently re-opened as the Blackthorn Café. Taking its name from the iconic blackthorn stick owned by the GAA's founder, Michael Cusack, the Blackthorn Café is the perfect place to grab a quick cuppa or savour a tasty lunch. The Blackthorn Café is open daily. Find out more
Kellogg’s Community Cúl Camp
250 children participated in the Croke Park Community Cúl Camp this week in Clonliffe College. It was the biggest community cúl camp to date and the camp is especially subsidised by the stadium for children living in the Croke Park community area.
Croke Park Community Fund Update
So far in 2015, the Croke Park Community Fund has allocated over €60,000 in funding to thirty local community groups. The closing date for applications for the next round of funding is Wednesday, July 8th 2015. Find out more
Local Residents Ticket Draws
The local residents ticket draws for the three upcoming concerts took place on Thursday, June 4th and were witnessed by an independent auditor. Further Details
Community Fund Reception 2015
Croke Park was delighted to recently welcome over 100 local residents to a special Community Fund reception hosted by Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail. Read more.