Community Hall

Ballydehob Community Hall

Ballydehob Community Hall is located on Store Road facing the impressive Twelve Arch Bridge. The hall is used for a wide variety of functions ranging from sports and community activities, to social events, weddings and dance classes to name but a few.

If you would like more information regarding the hall itself and how to book it, please email or telephone the office on 028 37640

Contact Details

Phone Number: 028 37640/ 0851824276
Address  Store Road, Ballydehob
Office hours  Mon, Thurs & Fri 9am – 3pm


Weekly Offerings


Strength Training, Main Hall 7:00 – 8:00pm. Contact Caleb Cairns 087-356-6280


Tae-Kwon-Do Main Hall 6pm – 9pm. Contact Barry O Mahoney 086-348-8599
Table Tennis  Side Hall 7pm – 9pm. Contact Michael Williams:  087-054-3135.


Job Seekers Side Hall 11am – 1pm. BY APPOINTMENT. Contact Joe Cronin 086-171-7592
Céilí & Set Dancing Side Hall 8:30pm – 10:30pm. Contact Janet Robertson 087-762-2947
Bunratty U14’s Main Hall 6:30 – 8pm. Contact Shirley Whelton: 087-742-7374.


Yoga Side Hall 6pm – 7:30pm. COntact Fiona Ashley 086-376-4767
Archery Main Hall 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Contact Fiona Clarke 086-089-0879
AcapellaBella Side Hall 8pm – 10pm. Contact Caz Jeffreys 083-142-5599


Mizen Scout Group Main & Side Halls 6 – 8pm. Contact  Isabella O Connor 086-357-3514

Upcoming & Regular Events

OLD TIME THRESHING, 29th October in the Hall and Field. Contact Barry O’Brien 086-387-2821

ANNUAL COMMUNITY BUFFET is cancelled for 2017

CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR, 26th November in Hall. Contact Josephone Ratliff 086-305-3875

CHRISTMAS CEILI, 2nd December with Johnny Reidy Ceili Band. Contact Janet Robertson 087-769-2947

COMMUNITY CARE DINNER, 4th December in Hall. Contact Noel Coakley 028-37163

Hall Committee Meetings every 3rd Monday of the month – Kitchen.
ICA meetings every 2nd Thursday of the month – Kitchen.
Next Car Boot Sale  See Here






Ballydehob, the Gateway to the Mizen Peninsula in West Cork is the best of many worlds. It's rural charms, rich heritage and natural beauty epitomise the traditional Ireland that visitors love so much. It is also unabashedly and confoundingly modern in its diversity of people and trade. The area is well known for its artists, writers and alternative types. Now it is home to a growing number of innovators and trend setters, some who found it and couldn't leave, many who left and came back, and mostly those who held down the fort for the rest of us. Our home is rich in tradition, culture, music and craft nestled on Roaringwater Bay along the Wild Atlantic Way. Have we got a story for you! Pull up a stool.
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