Bank House

The colourful Bank House acts as a tourist information centre from Monday to Saturday offering leaflets and friendly advice on what to do and where to go in and around our village.

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An Sanctoir

An Sanctóir is West Cork’s very own Wellness Community Centre and is home to a variety of weekly classes, weekend workshops, performances, rituals and celebrations.

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Community Hall

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.

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We meet every Thursday night to experience the joy of group singing and world music. No experience necessary and everyone is welcome. Occasional performances.

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Car Boot Sale

The Ballydehob Car Boot Sale is said to be West Cork’s longest running event of its kind.

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Ballydehob Community Playgroup

Situated in the grounds of Scoil Bhride national school, Ballydehob Community Playgroup provides childcare and pre-school education to the children of Ballydehob and its surrounding areas.

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ICA – Ballydehob-Schull Guild

The objects of the Association are to bring women together in fellowship and through co-operative effort, to develop and improve the standard of rural and urban life in Ireland having due regard for our Irish culture.

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Community Council Shop

The Community Shop sells a wide variety of second hand items including clothes, paintings, shoes, electrical items, ware, furniture etc.

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Other Community Groups & Services in Ballydehob

Ballydehob Community Alert Garda Jonathan McCarthy Ph: 086 1991334

Ballydehob Community Care Association Noel Coakley Ph: 028 37163 E:

Ballydehob Community Hall Charity Shop  Store Road, in the Hall  Ph 028-37640

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Mizen Scouts




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.