Summerhill Services Centre

Summerhill Services Centre

We host a number of activities and services in the Third Age Centre in Summerhill, Co Meath.  From dancing to computer classes, there's something for everyone and new members are always very welcome.

Find out about our Autumn/Winter services, upcoming events, transport options and what's on from Monday to Friday in the centre from the information listed below. 

Alternatively, drop in and visit us for a cup of tea and a chat or contact us between 9am - 5pm on (046) 955 8231  or  We'd love to hear from you!  


Movie mornings

Third Age Centre at 10.30am. Movie: Waterloo Bridge. Starring Robert Taylor, Vivien Leigh and Virginia Field.


Reflexology therapist available by appointment.



Aromatherapy therapist available by appointment.

Aromatherapy is the modern name given to the use of pure essential oils to promote health and counter disease.The massage movements are specially designed to improve circulation and lymph flow. The Aromatherapy massage is applied to the full body. By appointment, free service.

Fáilte Isteach

Fáilte Isteach offers free classes in conversational English to migrants 7 - 9pm. The term has now ended for the summer months and classes will resume in September. New volunteer tutors always welcome. If you are interested in getting involved, find out more about Fáilte Isteach and contact us for more information.


Knitting group

The knitting group meet weekly from 2 to 4pm in Third Age Centre on Wednesdays. New members are always welcome. 


John Grant Movement to Music

Get moving at 10.30am in the Third Age Centre.


Wash & Blow Dry €15, Cut & Blow Dry €20
By appointment only.

Beauty therapy

Why not come along and pamper yourself. Beauty therapist also qualified as a Nail Technician and is available for nail file and paint, hand massage, facials and make up. Please ring for appointment on (046) 955 8231

Confidential Counselling Service

Confidential Counselling Service available by appointment.

The Counselor is providing an opportunity for you to find some resolution to your problems by offering psychotherapy and confidential counselling services in a safe and comfortable environment. There is a small charge for this service and it is by appointment only.

Digital Skills 

Join Third Age's fun free and informative Digital Skills Classes. Classes are for beginners and run for 5 weeks. If you are interested in joining a class as a learner or getting involved as a volunteer tutor, contact us at or on 046 955 7766. 



Audiologist Peter Burke is available for free hearing tests in the Third Age Centre on the first and the third Friday of the month (by appointment only)

Ear wax removal by microsuction is also available at €60 (by appointment only)


Chiropody takes place on the last Friday of every month from 9am to 4pm. Cost €30. By appointment only.


Saturday greyhound racing

Members go Greyhound Racing to Mullingar Stadium on the last Saturday of every month. Cost €20 and includes transport, entry to stadium, race card and supper. Bus leaves Summerhill Community Centre at 5.30pm sharp.

If interested please call Third Age Centre.

The Third Age bus

The rural nature of our community, lack of local transport, the age and health status of many of our members can increase the reality of social isolation and exclusion. In this context, the Third Age Bus and People Carrier is a vital link. Our Bus carries 14 passengers and a wheelchair, and our People Carrier can accommodate up to eight passengers. To book, telephone (046) 955 8231 between 9am – 5pm

Drop-in centre

Third Age acts as a drop in centre, where members can call in at any time. Tea, coffee, biscuits and company are always available. Located in the Primary Care Centre and beside the GP surgery, members who attend appointments fasting are welcome to call in afterwards for breakfast.


Third Age operates a book, CD and video library for members. Many of our books have been donated by the County Library in Trim and we thank them for this service.

Volunteer with Us

Want to make a difference in your community and in people's lives? Our programmes rely on hundreds of dedicated volunteers across Ireland and we are always looking for more! 

Find out about how you can become part of our projects and help make Ireland a better place in which to grow old.