Wrexham County Borough Council owns and runs twenty four Community Centres in local communities throughout Wrexham. They are utilised by local people, organisations and council service providers for a whole range of activities and events.
We offer halls of varying sizes for large meetings, fundraising events and voluntary group activities.
Groups who hire from us offer a whole range of activities from Arabic Belly Dancing to Yale College outreach classes.
Childrens groups are welcome at the Centres, and they attend Activ8 sessions, Jo Jingles, Mums and Tots and Playgroups, whilst young adults enjoy Youth Clubs at various Centres. Play schemes are held at some of the Centres during the summer holidays.
We also offer smaller lounges or meeting rooms for smaller groups of people. We are able to provide Overhead Projector, TV/Video Equipment and Flip Charts on request.
All Centres have kitchen facilities enabling refreshments to be served and some Centres can cater for a larger menu.
We currently provide halls to a variety of groups, for example Lifelong Learning Courses, Community Councils, Playgroups, Older Persons Groups, Youth Clubs, Craft Clubs, Health & Fitness Groups, GP Surgeries and Post Offices and offer a reduction in the hire charge for regular scheduled bookings.
Groups and organisations can apply for reduced schedule of charges by a standard rate of 25% for charitable events and organisations and for local fund raising.
Centres can also be booked for one specific meeting or function.
All bookings are for Morning, Afternoon or Evening sessions.
The normal full charge for the room will be levied.
A non-refundable deposit of 25% of hire charge is required at the time of booking. (This does not apply to regular block bookings.)
- One free session per week to be shared by locally recognised Voluntary Groups (25% reduction for WCBC Departments who are excluded from free sessions) of:
- Older Persons’ groups
- Disabled organisations
- Youth organisations
- Children’s Groups
- Discretionary power of the Community Centre Management Committee to reduce schedule of charges by a standard rate of 25% for charitable events and organisations and for local fund raising.
- Discretionary power of the the Head of Department to reduce charges for regular/block bookings.
- Discretionary power of the the Head of Department to reduce charges for any booking, according to the scheme of delegation of powers to Officers.
Most Centres have dedicated free parking.
- Acton Community Resource Centre
- The Memorial Centre Brynteg
- Plas Pentwyn
- Gwersyllt Community Resource Centre
Johnstown, New Broughton, Parciau (Bellevue Park, Wrexham).
Cefn y Bedd, Maesgwyn (Mold Road, Wrexham), Penycae and Pentre Gwyn.
Little Acton and Lodge (near Brymbo).