St. George’s Square
(directly across the road from the Bracken Court Hotel)
Telephone: (01) 960 3020
- Monday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
- Tuesday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
- Wednesday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
- Thursday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
- Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
From the M1 take the exit for Balbriggan south (exit 5). Take the left at the Apple Green roundabout. Follow the road straight (R132) into Balbriggan. Take the 2nd exit at the next roundabout, this places the church on your right hand side. The car park on your left can be used free of charge. From this car park (on foot) turn left and walk straight until you have the Bracken Court Hotel and Balbriggan Public Library on your right. The Hub is directly across the road from this and is located in the former AIB bank building.
All routes leading from both North & South access Balbriggan via the Bus Eireann 101 service. This bus stops directly outside the hub. The Dublin bus also has a service that leaves from the City Centre (33a/33b) that will also stop adjacent to the hub.
Trains from Connolly Station, Tara Street Station & Pearse Street Station all service Balbriggan (Please check timetable @ www.irishrail.ie) The service that will leave you in Balbriggan is the Drogheda service (This will stop at all stops between the departure location & Drogheda, Co. Louth including Balbriggan.)
From the train station in Balbriggan you need to walk straight out of the station and up to the top of the road where you will see a Spar. At the top of the road turn left and continue as far as the Bracken Court Hotel. The hub is directly across the road and is located in the former AIB bank building.
Free parking can be found directly across from St. Peter & Paul’s Church (The church is on your right while entering from Balbriggan South). Please ensure your cars & belongings are secure before leaving the car park. The car park is approximately a 2 minute walk from the hub.
Please note: Jigsaw is not a crisis service, if you need support urgently, may we suggest that you speak to a trusted adult, your GP, or your local A&E department.