Welcome To Kilbarrack
You are very welcome to the Ireland Reaching Out parish of Kilbarrack.
Kilbarrack (Irish: Cill Bharrag - Church of St. Berach or of young Barra) is a residential suburb of Dublin, Ireland, running inwards from the coast, about 8 km (5.0 mi) from the city's centre.
Modern-day Kilbarrack is within the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council, with part of its old lands now in Donaghmede, and part in Bayside under Fingal County Council jurisdiction.
Kilbarrack has a local office of Dublin City Council, two shopping precincts (Greendale, with a large Centra, and Kilbarrack, dominated by Tesco, which has renovated it twice over the last decade) and a range of shops and pubs.
There is a major Health Services Executive centre, and, at the boundary with Raheny and Donaghmede, a Municipal Fire Station and practice yard.
Kilbarrack has five primary schools, three in one grouping: Scoil Eoin, the Educate Together North Bay School and Gaelscoil Míde, previously of Donaghmede, and two in another group: St. Benedict's and St. Mary's, located beside St. Benedict's parish church.
Kilbarrack is also well known for its sporting clubs and teams, which include Bay City Boxing Club, Naomh Barróg GAA Club , Kilbarrack United FC, who play in the top Division of the AUL, and Kilmount Boys FC (Currently Amateur Football League Champions 2007-8)
The modern Parish Church (Roman Catholic) serves Kilbarrack and part of Raheny (Parish of Kilbarrack-Foxfield); some locals attend St. Benedict's Church in Grange Park Parish, which also serves some in
See also: Kilbarrack railway station; Old Kilbarrack Church (Mariners Church, Chapel of Mone) and graveyard, beside the original Kilbarrack village, now Bayside.
Kilbarrack, Co Dublin