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Location & Contact Details

 
The Library is located opposite no. 33 Braemor Park.

Postal Address:
Representative Church Body Library,
Braemor Park,
Churchtown,
Dublin 14,
D14 N735

Telephone:
 +353 (0)1 492 3979
E–mail:
 library@ireland.anglican.org
Website
 www.library.ireland.anglican.org

 

 

 The Library is situated approximately 6km from the city centre and may be reached along the no. 14 bus route. There is now a stop at Connolly Station, or further along the route at Sth Great George’s Street, and again at Aungier Street (near Bishop’s Street). Take the bus all the way out to Braemor Park.

Alternatively, take the LUAS from St Stephen’s Green (city centre) to Windy Arbour from where the library is about a 15 minute walk along Lower Churchtown Road and Orwell Road (with the turn for Braemor Park second on the left).

The Library is approximately a 5–minute walk from the bus stop or 15–minute walk from the LUAS stop.

There is a limited amount of car parking in the Library forecourt.

Or click here to use Google Maps.

The Loc8 code, for use with Garmin SatNavs, for the Library is: NP4–67–BM7

Normal Library Opening Times:

PRINTED COLLECTION: Mon–Fri, 9:30am. to 1:00pm and 2.00pm to 5:00pm.
ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS: Mon–Thurs, 9:30am. to 1:00pm and 2.00pm to 5:00pm.(Last orders for manuscripts and archives – Thurs 4:30pm).

 

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