Community can be defined as the people of a district considered collectively, especially in the context of social values and responsibilities; at the centre of almost every community you will find the basic unit of the GAA – THE CLUB.
The GAA Club is the bedrock of every Irish community and provides an organised structure from which great community spirit is generated. Today, almost every town and village in the country has its own GAA headquarters, centred on the playing of our exciting games and building on 125 years of great history and success.
Our community in Strand Road is well served by our club bringing together people of all ages, from all walks of life to share a common bond – whether its through participation in our games, supporting our teams, raising funds or being able to gather in the club house to play a game of cards or chat over a drink.
On Sunday next , July 29th the club is opening its doors to all in our community to come along and enjoy our facilities in a family fun day – it all kicks off at 12 noon with the emphasis on FUN – face painting, music with Danny, magician, cartoon characters and so much more – so, why not come along, meet your neighbours, make new friends, and enjoy the afternoon. There will be something for everybody – at the heart of our community.
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