Southill Hub is a not for profit Community Centre which serves the Southill community. The Hub (originally called the Southill Area Centre) opened its doors in 2008 and has been a key service to the community since. In 2018, we celebrated our 10th birthday and relaunched as the Southill Hub. The Hub runs a Youth Work Programme, a community café (The Hill Café), a community garden and sports hall. We also have meeting rooms and a computer room available to community groups and community organisations. Southill Hub also offers office space to community based organisations.


Our Mission

Southill Hub aims to provide an open and safe space for the community of Southill to develop educational, recreational and social opportunities in a healthy environment.


Caroline McNamara (Chairperson) Local Resident
Noelle McKenna (Company Secretary) Local Resident
France Minihan(Local Resident)
Mary Ryan Rose (LCETB)
Helen Fitzgerald (PAUL Partnership)
Lindsey Liston (Destination College, UL)
Elaine O’Connor(LCCC)
Christine Gurnett (HSE, Health Promotion)

Commitment to Health

Southill Hub places a strong emphasis on health mind and body in all of its activities and projects.

Commitment to Quality

Southill Hub staff and volunteers are committed to delivering services to a high standard.

Respect & Dignity

Southill Hub will ensure all users and staff will be treated with dignity and respect in accordance with our Charter of Rights.

Cooperation/ Partnership

Southill Hub is committed to working with other organisations, sharing information and developing links on a local, citywide, regional and national basis.

Ownership, Partnership & Engagement

Southill Hub is committed to the community being involved in all aspects of the work of the centre and will actively support community engagement through on-going communication, awareness raising and building involvement from the community.

Southill Hub benefits from the support of the following funders


The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and learning (PEIL) 2014-2022