Julianstown Community Centre Origins.
With the building of the new St. Mary's church in Ballygarth, Julianstown in 1982, the older, smaller, building at Dimanistown was changed to be the community centre.
The community centre still retains a lot of its church like character features, it's history and heritage to this day.
That being said, the building has gone through several renovation projects and the Community Centre Committee continue to evolve the building to provide the high standard of comfort and quality that users expect when hosting their event, activity or club.
You can find out more about the rooms and facilities available at Julianstown community centre.
About Julianstown Community Centre
A lot of people, even locals are surprised when they hear about Julianstown community centre. So often we hear "I never knew this place was here", or "what a great place, I've never heard of it before". The irony is that the community centre is there a lot longer than most of the residents.
The original building was called St. Mary's church..... ok, it might be pretty obvious that the building is of an ecclesiastic nature in its design but what most people don't know is that the original church was built in the early 19th century. The building is situated on the southern banks of the river Nanny. The land was donated by the Osbourne family of Dardistown Castle.