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Better Together

Supporting local community groups and working to make things better Together

Keeping Communities Safe Together

Blanchardstown Centre is honoured to partner with Blakestown Drive Community Group [BDCG] by sponsoring the first Dot Peen Property Marking Machine for use by An Garda Síochána in the Dublin 15 area.  The machine is exclusively supplied by Property Marking Ireland and works by stamping the owner’s Eircode onto the property item to be marked. 

The Property Marking machine was handed over in Blanchardstown Centre by Centre Manager Joe Gavin and James O’Neill PMI to representatives of An Garda Síochána Blanchardstown who will be putting it to good use as part of their community based proactive Crime Prevention Policy.  

The centre also announced that they will be hosting a number of regular bike marking events where members of the public will be invited to have their bikes marked with their Eircode

It’s a Fact- Property carrying permanent identification markings are less likely to be targeted by thieves. This unique Eircode will also assist An Garda Síochána in the return of stolen marked property to its rightful owner and can be used on everything from steel to plastic.

Blanchardstown Centre is delighted to support BDCG and our community in such a tangible way and to work with the Gardai to support Community Safety in Blanchardstown.

This initiative is a prime example of Community Partnership Integration in Practice.

Supporting a better future for our local students

Blanchardstown Centre Lends Support to Aspiring Student Entrepreneurs from Fingal

Fingal’s Student Entrepreneurs from Coláiste Pobail Setanta put their innovative product on display in Blanchardstown Centre following their success at the Fingal Student Enterprise Programme County Final. Over 1000 students from 24 schools from across Fingal participated in the annual programme locally. The Fingal Student Enterprise Programme County Final took place on Monday 21st of March at County Hall, Swords. Finalists from Coláiste Pobail Setanta and Loreto Balbriggan will now compete against approximately 80 student enterprises from all over the country for a place in the Top 15 shortlisted teams to make it to a live event on Wednesday 18th May at The Helix in Dublin.

The Student Enterprise Programme is co-ordinated by the Local Enterprise Offices and involves 26,000 students from more than 480 secondary schools every year. Students create real life businesses and prepare real business plans with guidance from their teachers and coordinators.

Head of Enterprise in Fingal, Oisin Geoghegan explains the importance of Fingal Student Enterprise Programme “The programme is a fantastic way of encouraging entrepreneurship among local students in Fingal. Students who participate in the programme develop business skills as well as gaining real life experience of running a business of their own which massively boosts their self-belief and ability to become successful entrepreneurs. We are very grateful for the continued support of the Blanchardstown Centre, which allows us to engage a very wide pool of talented young entrepreneurs.”

Head of Marketing and Communications at Blanchardstown Centre, Kim McNulty added: “This innovative programme allows secondary school students to gain a great insight into the work involved in running a real-life business and a chance to develop their entrepreneurial skills.  It’s a brilliant initiative which we at Blanchardstown are delighted to support ” 

Working together for better health

BreastCheck breast screening is free for women aged 50 to 69. At Blanchardstown centre we now have this amazing health facility onsite serving the local community.

COVID-19 has delayed breast screening appointments by up to a year. For a time, Ireland will be in line with other countries, such as England, which screens every three years.

Breastcheck aim to offer free breast screening to every woman close to where she lives. These mobile clinics stay in one place for up to two years at a time, depending on the number of women in an area who are due screening. Women who have been waiting the longest will get their appointment first. If you haven’t had your first BreastCheck screening, you can check you are on our register at

Building a better future by helping our local community to find employment

We recently hosted a multi-sectoral recruitment and training fair on Thursday 25th May. This provided an excellent opportunity for local business’ to recruit new staff ahead of an upcoming busy season.

This exhibition was in conjunction with the Department of Social Protection, and we welcomed over 40 employers across all sectors including Hospitality, Retail, Healthcare, Childcare, Security, Logistics and more.  Full details here

We also promoted job opportunities at Blanchardstown Centre too through QR codes on digital screens and signage throughout the centre. The event was a great success and we look forward to many future jobs fairs at the centre. 

Supporting local sport to make things better together

We’ve been the heartbeat of the Blanchardstown community for generations. Always ready to support our local sporting community.


The centre has been delighted to offer its time and support to a number of local groups by hosting basketball finals & supporting an information day for women in Motorsport. 

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