We (Wrexham Council) own and run five Community Resource Centres in local communities throughout Wrexham. They are used by local people, organisations and our own services; for a whole range of activities and events.

Room hire

We offer halls of different sizes, as well as smaller lounges and meeting rooms, which are available to hire. 

All centres have kitchens; meaning refreshments can be served, and some centres can cater for a larger menu.

We can offer a reduced hire charge for regular scheduled bookings. We can also offer a reduced charge (by a standard rate of 25%) for charitable events and organisations, and for local fundraising.

Hiring session times

Bookings can be made for morning, afternoon or evening sessions (session bookings are for 3 hours in length, with evening sessions finishing by 10pm at the latest).

More about concessionary rates

  1. Discretionary power to reduce schedule of charges by a standard rate of 25% for charitable events and organisations and for local fund raising.
  2. The Head of Department has the discretionary power to reduce charges for regular/block bookings.
  3. The Head of Department has the discretionary power to reduce charges for any booking, according to the scheme of delegation of powers to officers.

Commercial lettings

The normal full charge for rooms will apply.


A non-refundable deposit of 25% of the hire charge is required at the time of booking (this does not apply to regular block bookings.)

There is no alcohol licence in place for these premises. As the hirer it would be your responsibility to arrange any temporary event license that is needed.

We are unable to provide catering for 16th, 18th or 21st birthday parties due to restrictions in licensing law.

Centres in Wrexham

Find out about specific facilities and hiring charges for each centre:

You can also find information about The Memorial Hall which can be hired for a range of events too.

What are our centres used for?

The centres are typically used for lots of purposes, including: 

  • large meetings (for example community councils, residents and tenants associations, local councillor and MPs’ surgeries)
  • fundraising events and voluntary group activities
  • playgroups
  • youth clubs
  • older persons groups
  • craft clubs
  • health and fitness groups
  • GP surgeries