Westside Resource Centre - Welcome

Image 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.

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  • Westside Resource Centre training room
  • Westside Resource Centre training room

Useful information

The government has issued a roadmap for the easing of COVID-19 related restrictions. Link: Government Roadmap

The Irish Hospice Foundation Covid-19 Care & Inform Hub includes a range of information resources and videos focusing on the themes of grief, funerals in exceptional times, planning ahead and a suite of resources for healthcare professionals. Link: Irish Hospice Foundation

Galway City Council encourages people to support local restaurants and food producers with the #GalwayEatsLocal challenge: a: Order from local restaurants b: Shop for seasonal products at local shops c: Buy/drink/eat locally-produced food and drinks The PorterShed has put together a list of Galway businesses that are open for collection or delivery. Link: Local Food Outlets

Inclusion Ireland and Enable Ireland have produced easy-to-read, printable resources on COVID-19 to support people with disabilities and their families.

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