Welcome – Fáilte!


The Raheny Business Association is proud to represent the businesses and the interests of its many members from amongst the business community in Raheny and surrounding areas.

Our activities include:

  • member events
  • public events including annual summer festival
  • lobbying on behalf of members
  • collaborative marketing efforts (such as this website)
  • supporting local clubs and associations

The Association was founded in 1988 with the purpose of making Raheny an even better place in which to work and live!

Our objective is to “Help grow a better Raheny”

In the current climate we need everyone in Raheny – businesses, residents, schools, clubs and associations – to work together and support each other.

We need you to “Love Raheny” and support local business in a practical way –

Keep your business in Raheny – Keep Raheny in business.

For queries about the Association, please contact the Co-Ordinator.

Office Hours are — Mon to Fri  2pm –  5.30pm


Barry Murphy at rahenybusiness@eircom.net

or see the Contacts & Committee page.

Thanks for visiting

Great night at Santa’s Grotto

Great night at Santa grotto on Friday night. Weather was fine which always helps!
Mulled wine, chocolate fountain with marshmallows, fresh fruit cups, carol singing by O’Connell Musical Society who put on the panto in St Brigids Boys national school.
Santa was was in fine form and gave every children plenty of time to tell him their wish. Almost 500 selection boxes were distributed!
The entire event was provided free of charge by Raheny Business Association

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Support Local Business

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10 Reasons to support local businesses

1. Protect Local Character and Prosperity
By supporting locally owned businesses, you help maintain the unique diversity and distinctive flavour of Raheny.

2. Community Well-Being
Locally owned businesses build strong neighbourhoods by sustaining communities, linking neighbours, and by contributing more to local causes…………. MORE