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Local Groups and Activities

Doohamlet has great Community Spirit, with events and activities happening all year round. There are a number of Facebook Pages (listed below) that contain latest news about activities and events and how to contact local groups;

Doohamlet News is a local page which promotes events, activities or news that may be of interest to local people and visitors alike.

Doohamlet District Community Development Association works to develop the overall area, bringing together community groups and sourcing funding to develop local facilities and enhance the community.

Doohamlet O Neills GFC – This highly successful gaelic football club has youth teams, ladies teams and juvenile and senior mens teams.

Muckno Bowling Club – New members or all ages are always welcome to join the indoor bowling club, who meet twice a week during the indoor bowls season (October – April), and play outdoors in Ballybay during the Summer months.

Doohamlet Community Centre – Re-opening in Spring 2020 after major refurbishment, Doohamlet Community Centre provides rooms for rent for sporting events, meetings, get-togethers, parties and events, with some great community events taking place throughout the year. See their Facebook page for latest news.

Doohamlet National School, in the centre of the village, caters for boys and girls aged 4 – 13.

Doohamlet Pre-School and Childcare offers pre-school for children aged 2 years & 10 months, and provides flexible and affordable before school and after school care for national school children from 8am until 6pm, 5 days a week. Fun camps are run during the summer and school holidays and are open to everyone. The Childcare is located in the grounds of Doohamlet National School, with direct access to Doohamlet Community Park allowing kids to get out and have fun on sunny days.

Doohamlet Group Water Scheme provides the rural water supply for homes, businesses and farms in the area. The scheme was set up in the 70s, and provides an excellent service to the local community.


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