Welcome to the Rediscovery Centre

Leading change from waste to resource through re-use, re-design, research and education.

The Rediscovery Centre is a social enterprise dedicated to providing community employment and training via innovative reuse enterprises which use waste and unwanted materials as a resource and raw material for new product design.

Our scientists, designers, business managers and craftsmen are united in a common purpose of sustainability through resource efficiency and life cycle design.  Our operational processes and programmes provide workplace skills training and development for unemployed people, graduates and the community. Our public training courses, demonstrations and educational activities highlight the benefits of effective resource management and encourage everyone to REDISCOVER the value of waste.


What's new...!

Our First Pop In Sewing Club

Last Thursday we kicked off our very first pop in sewing club in the Axis Theatre here in Ballymun.

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It’s not every day you become a doctor…….

Like any boy all I want is to make my mother proud. She deserves it. I've tried. Read the full article

Park(ing) day comes to Dublin.

Today in Molesworth St,  Rediscover Cycling has teamed up with the  Dublin Cycling Campaign  to  support city cycling and offer advice on safe, smart and savvy cycling.  Read the full article

Pop in sewing club

Rediscover Fashion are hosting a free monthly pop in sewing club in collaboration with the Axis Theatre.  Read the full article

September / October Newsletter

Curious as to what we have planned for the next few months?  Read the full article

Education Fair

Come and join us next Thursday (11th September 2014, 9am – 1pm) at the Ballymun Whitehall Education Fair in the Ballymun Civic Centre.
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A hectic Heritage Week!

The Rediscovery Centre Education team had a very busy week during Heritage Week! We facilitated 10 workshops on Natural Heritage in 10 different libraries throughout Fingal and Kildare.
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