Cherrywood Family Fun Day

The 5K Run and Family Festival will take place in Tully Park Cherrywood.

Getting There

There will be plenty of convenient, sign posted parking on the day.

LUAS STOP: Brides Glen

BUS Routes: 7, 84, 84a, 111

Directions by Car

Arriving from M50: Take Exit 16 off the motorway and follow the Wyattville Link Road to Cherrywood Business Park. Follow the road around to the car park.

Arriving from N11: Take the Cherrywood Exit off the N11, pass Cherrywood Business Park and take the 1st left to the car park.

** You are requested to park at the newly completed car park on Cherrywood Park road (located 100 metres past Brides Glen Luas stop, away from the business park, on the left-hand side of the road).

A complimentary shuttle service will transport you to the event site at Tully Park 

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Welcome to Cherrywood

Nestled between the mountains and sea, Cherrywood represents a fresh, new way of thinking for how we live in Ireland.  

With 3 parks totalling 82 acres and over 5km of roads and cycle paths already in place, the new town of Cherrywood is taking shape.  

Come see us and you will discover a flourishing environment which is literally a breath of fresh air.


The Cherrywood parkland development will feature 3 new public parks (Tully, Ticknick & Beckett) over 82 acres.

The parks will be home to most of the 3,000 mature trees which will be planted in Cherrywood, and will also include sports fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, outdoor gyms and walking tracks. Walking trails from Ticknick Park will connect with the Dublin Mountain Way which spans from Shankhill to Tallaght, encompassing approximately 40 km of trails.’  

Hines-owned lands will provide for 4 new schools (2 primary and 2 secondary).  Planning permission for the first primary school, next to Tully Park, has already been granted.’


Start at Tully Park

Tully Park is located at the centre of the Cherrywood development, and the park itself is centred on the ruins of the Tully Church and Graveyard. Tully Park will be 22 acres in size, roughly the same as Dublin’s St. Stephen’s Green Park.