It's great that you're visiting our Brittas Community website. Now that you're here, we hope that you like the site, take some time to look around, read some interesting items, or find what you are looking for. Please try contribute to the site in any way you can and please come back often.
This website has been set up as a central location to share information with all Brittas Community members. This is your website. We've lots of things to tell you about, so below is quick access to the most popular parts of this site:
This website and Community needs you to get involved and make Brittas an even better and more vibrant area. The more people that get involved, the better everyone's experiences will be, both on-line and off-line. So here's what we need you to do:
Basically, we want to grow this website and we need YOUR help!
Need to report a local issue (non-urgent), contact us
View 65 Bus Route Timetable
Roadmap for Brittas area
Like to get involved - we'd love to hear from you
There are many ways to contribute to Brittas on-line:
Built around 1900, Brittas Community Centre was originally the local primary school. It's changed a lot since then and now after renovations and many years of gradual improvements, it is at the heart of our community and something to be proud of.
Used for Mass services, various courses and most of our community social events and entertainment, Brittas Community Centre serves us well. However it takes time and money to maintain it, plus make improvements on an ongoing basis.
Every Sunday in the Community Centre
Mass time: 11am
Celebrant: Fr. Gilligan
Another major part of our community is St. Martin's National School. You can see lots of information about the school by visiting their website:
Due to the ongoing hard work undertaken by a number of people in our community, Brittas village is becoming a very attractive place indeed. Find out more, or why not get involved!
Made up of volunteer members of the community, the committee is an active group that meet regularly to discuss important issues and organise various events and fundraisers throughout the year.