Special Interest Clubs/Organisations in Malahide

Malahide Lions Club

The Club meet at 8pm on 1st and 3rd Tuesday in the Grand Hotel.

For more information visit their website:

Website: www.malahidelions.com

Email: clubinfo@malahidelions.com

Malahide Lions Club are members of the world's largest service organisation and are people who:

  • Endeavour to give something back to their communities.
  • Identify the needs of others and set about meeting those needs.
  • Enjoy working together in fellowship in order to help those less fortunate.

Their activities and services are entirely voluntary; indeed the motto of the organisation is


Malahide Historical Society

Presbyterian Church Hall, Dublin Road. 8pm 2nd Wednesday of the month

8pm 2nd Wednesday of the month

Website: www.malahideheritage.com

Email: mailroger@eircom.net

The Malahide Historical Society is where you can learn all about Malahide and it's environs and history.

Malahide Chess Club

Mondays 8pm, Malahide Tennis Club

Website: www.malahidechessclub.com

Ph: +353 (0) 86 409 1364

They always welcome new members of any age and skill to the club. So feel free to go down and pit your wits.

Malahide Horticultural Society

Phone: +353 (0)1 845 3947

Promoting horticulture, arboriculture & floral art in Malahide

Malahide Camera Club

Thursdays at the Grand Hotel, Malahide

Website: www.malahidecameraclub.com

Malahide Camera Club was founded on September 28th 1995 in a venture initiated by Fingal County Council with the local community of Malahide, Co. Dublin, Ireland. The club is affiliated to the Irish Photographic Federation. The Club's aims are to promote photography through enjoyment, to encourage basic skills and techniques and to develop the creative potential of our members.

Junior Chamber International Fingal

Aged between 18-40? Want to develop yourself and improve society? Contact us in JCI Fingal to find out more.

Junior Chamber International is a worldwide nonprofit organisation which contributes to the advancement of the global community. JCI provides young people in their 20s and 30s the opportunity to develop the leadership skills, social responsibility, entrepreneurship and fellowship necessary to create positive change. More than 200,000 members globally gain personally and professionally through training and self development programmes. This can be achieved through leading teams, organising events, increasing skills and networking. JCI also provides opportunities to travel and meet fellow members from all parts of the globe. In 2011, members will attend events in Spain, France, and Belgium among others. All members are welcome to attend these conferences and training events. Bill Clinton, Kofi Annan, Al Gore and Bill Gates are all JCI Alumni. JCI Fingal have been active in north Dublin for the past 37 years.

Email: fingal@jci-ireland.org

Web: www.jcifingal.com