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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Culture Night 2020

Westside Writers' Group will be launching their "Write-on Anthology 2021" on Culture Night, Friday 18th September, from 6pm. This event is supported by Westside Arts Festival 2020.

The anthology is a collection of short stories, poems, songs and other writings from the Westside Writer’s Group and even contains a COVID-19 section which captures in story and verse the reality of the pandemic.

You can expect a delightful evening of music, songs, poems and stories from the group’s creative artists, both local and from abroad. Authors will read from their works and songwriters will perform their original songs: a literary and musical feast of creative writing.

The event is open to all and will take the form of a Zoom webinar. To register for the event, please click on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LCS9_G_hSRuUz6oz59irbw

Join the event from 6 o'clock... very special guests expected.

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