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 email@example.com
or see the Contacts & Committee page.
Thanks for visiting
Welcome to this very special Raheny Information booklet – a joint project between Raheny Business Association and Raheny Age Friendly, and funded by Raheny Business Association.
We have worked closely together over the past 2 years to implement the Raheny Age Friendly Action Plan.
One of the key findings from the extensive consultation process with residents, especially older people was the lack of one source for all local community information.
We don’t claim that this booklet is the definitive source for all local information but it is a start! Hopefully, if it proves successful we will build on it for the future. If you are involved in a local organisation that has not been included please let us know.
The booklet has been delivered to 8500 homes in Raheny and surrounding areas.
Please keep the booklet handy so that when you are looking for information on a local service, club or Business, you will be able to look it up and find it quickly and easily.
Raheny Business Association has 140 members who employ over 600 people in Raheny.
We encourage you to support Local Businesses, clubs, schools, organisations and associations. It is only with your support that they can thrive and grow.
If you can’t wait to see your book – you can download it here. Just click this link and enjoy.
Download your ticket order form here:
Ticket Order Form
Age Friendly practices improve the experience for all your customers. Age Friendly is People Friendly. Everyone profits.
This seminar will show you how to tap into an existing and growing market segment and to provide more age friendly products and services for the older customer who accounts for OVER 50% of consumer spending in Raheny.
When: Tuesday 14th April @ 6.15p.m.
Where: Raheny GAA club
Guest Speaker: Elaine McGauran, Age Friendly Ireland
A questions and answer session will follow. Finger food and light refreshments will be served.
Please confirm number of staff attending, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 087 2356931
So come along, learn about this programme in more detail and what is involved to participate in it.
Friday 22nd May 2015
St. Anne’s Golf Club, Dollymount
Special Price €400 per Team
Individual entry €100 per person
Entry Fee includes: Green Fees, Longest Drive, (Men & Women)
Nearest the Pin, 3 course Dinner, Prizes, Goody Bags.
Tee Times: 2pm — 4.30pm
To avoid disappointment, please return your entry form and entry fee as soon as possible to Barry Murphy, Raheny Business Association, 134 Bettyglen, Raheny, Dublin 5.
Also, Tee Box Sponsorship is available @ €100 per Tee
Click here for entry form: Annual Golf Classic flyer
All Saint’s Church, Raheny, plans to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Arthur Edward Guinness, Lord Ardilaun, with a concert by Irish Harpist, Anne-Marie O’Farrell, the UCD Choral Scholars and Organist and Traditional Irish Musician, Donna Magee. The concert will take place in the church on Sunday January 18 at 7.00 pm and will feature a varied programme from both traditional and temporary composers.
Arthur Edward Guinness (Lord Ardilaun) died on January 20 1915 at his home at St Anne’s, Raheny. A great-grandson of Arthur Guinness, founder of the brewery, Lord Ardilaun was a businessman, politician and philanthropist and is best known for giving St Stephen’s Green to the people of Dublin.
Lord Ardilaun also funded the building of All Saints’ Church in Raheny which was built on the grounds of his estate at St Anne’s and is regarded as an architectural gem in the Dublin Diocese.
The concert will form the backdrop for the launch by Minister of State Aodhán Ó Ríordán of a new Music Education and Development Project at All Saints’ aimed at enabling young people from north Dublin engage with choral and musical development.
Commenting on the concert and the development of the music project, the rector of All Saints’, the Revd Norman McCausland said:
“The concert marks the significant anniversary of the end of the life of Arthur Edward Guinness but the occasion also looks forward to the beginning of something new. The ‘Ardilaun Music Project’ will provide opportunities for choral development especially with young people while also engaging in a collaborative way with Traditional Irish Music performers and composers. This will be a major addition to the cultural life of north Dublin and we are delighted to make this contribution to the Decade of Centenaries”.
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