Kells No Name Club

No Name Club is a National Voluntary Youth Organisation founded in 1978 with clubs throughout the country.

No Name Clubs are run by and for young people aged 15 years + who come together in a safe and lively environments where there’s fun, friendship and enjoyment without the pressure of alcohol or other drugs.

The organisation was founded to provide an alternative to pub culture for young people in Ireland. The clubs demonstrate a lifestyle in which the use of alcohol or drugs is seen as unnecessary to the enjoyment of a happy, cheerful and fulfilling social life for young people. Over the last 35 years, thousands of young people have valued their involvement in a programme of activities that allows them to enjoy themselves socially with their peers in safe and friendly environments that are free from the dangers and influences of alcohol and drugs.

At present, there are over 15,000 young people in No Name Clubs throughout the country.

Kells No Name Club was founded in 2009 and have been involved in many valuable activities in the community including fundraiseg for the Irish Wheelchair Association and Irish Hospice Foundation and helping organise the Kells Road Races, a popular annual event in Kells.


For more information, call us on 046 9247161