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The Older People's Council meet regularly in the Brockagh Centre and we find the facilities there excellent both for our meetings and the catering facilities.


We hold our annual AGM there and also our Seminar. Both of these were a big success with all the attendees and our Committee.  Wonderful staff so helpful to all of us.

- Mai Quaid | Chairperson | Wicklow Older People's Council

The BRC offers modern, fresh, well appointed rooms in a range of sizes allowing us to cater for groups big and small. The kitchen facilities and toilets are excellent. The location and backdrop is spectacular and always a treat for our customers. The staff are helpful, pleasant and discreet and have been extremely supportive of Wicklow Willow as we've grown our business

- From Wicklow Willow
St Savior's Church on the Green Road

On our doorstep

Brockagh Resource Centre is in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains in Largh Village, just an hour away from Dublin city centre. This area is steeped in history and natural beauty which makes our venue extra special.

Churches and Cathedrals 

Our local area is home to several beautiful churches, cathedrals and other religious landmarks. These sites form an important part of the history of this stunning area. 

Wicklow Way Trail

Our centre is right at the foot of the Wicklow Way Trail. The area is a mix of country road, trails and mixed forest trails. The climb is for varying skill levels, and provides access to Glendalough Valley, Glenmacnass Valley, Brockagh Mountain. Paddock Hill, Avonmore River and much more. 


Laragh and Glendalough and the surrounding areas offer a range of accommodation options to suit every taste and budget, from hotels near the Centre to hideaways in the scenic hills and mountains.


Nearby you can find a variety of shopping malls and brand-name stores, as well as a huge selection of small businesses, locally-sourced stores, and markets.

Upper Lake Glendalough in the Wicklow Mountains National Park

Getting Here

Brockagh Resource centre is easily reachable by car and public transport. The nearest train station is Rathdrum, then a short taxi ride to Glendalough.For train times see

Alternatively you can use the Glendalough Bus or local Link bus number 183 

Upper Lake Glendalough leading up to the Glendalough Mines
Office Hours

Monday - Friday

9am - 5pm


Open on request


Open on request

Our Venue is open out-of-office hours upon request: 8am - 10pm


Local Taxis

Glendalough Cabs

John Preston: 0879729452

Local Link

Local: 1890424141 / Landline 0567715912

The Location

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