Just a sample of some of the non-profit organisations that call Columb Barracks Home.
Lakeside Wheelers Cycling Club is affiliated to Cycling Ireland. They cater for all level of cyclists such as beginners, leisure cyclists as well as competitive racing cyclists and mountain bike cyclists.
This is one of the biggest cyclist clubs in Ireland with over 200 members and growing year on year.
Lir Archery is committed to the provision of complete training and maximising the member’s efforts to become high ranking archers.
Archery is a sport for all seasons and for all people regardless their age, gender or level of physical ability, from novice to expert.
Mullingar Classic & Vintage Car Club
John Gavin and Giovanni Toselli have started up a classic and vintage in mullingar. Other types of vehicles are welcome to join such as tractors, bikes etc.
Mullingar Shamrocks is one of Mullingar’s leading GAA clubs in Westmeath and they train at Columb Barracks.
Mullingar Shamrocks won the Senior Championship in 2018 and this was 85th county title won by the club since it was founded in 1953.
Mullingar Men’s Shed
Mens Shed is a safe and friendly environment where men can improve their wellbeing, keeping physically, mentally and socially active, sharing skills and making friends.
Olympic Boxing Club
Olympic Boxing Club has been named as the joint best boxing club in Ireland by the IABA.
Founded in 2014 the club’s boxer won 15 All-Ireland titles in 2018.
Order of Malta
The Order of Malta is a voluntary ambulance service in Mullingar and they cover events, festivals and community care within Longford/Westmeath.
It was founded in 2001.
Organisation of National Ex-Servicemen & Women
The Organisation of National Ex-Servicemen & Women provides care, assistance and support to former members of the Irish Defence Forces
YoYo Youth Cafe
Established in 2012 and relocated to Columb Barracks. They won the Youth Category National Lottery Good Causes Awards in 2019.
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