In October 2011 the Club were offered a portable building that had been previously used as class rooms in Rhosymedre School free of charge with the only cost being the transporting of the building to our ground. Unfortunately not being in a financial position our selves to afford this offer we approached members of Karl's family to see if it was possible to release some money from the memorial fund we run jointly with them to finance the project. They thankfully agreed with with the aim of not only turning this building into a facility that all sections of the club could use but more importantly to name the building after him.
Having secured planning permission we then began the huge task of refurbishing the building inside and out. With the support and generosity of many local companies, plus a huge amount of fundraising the club were finally in a position to open the building and on Sunday April 28th 2013 it was officially opened and named "The Karl Thomas Memorial Hall" by Karls mother Heulwen, sisters Sharon and Debbie and Susan Elan Jones MP for South Clwyd.
In November 2016 the club undertook the task of trying to secure not only a full license but also to have the hiring restrictions lifted on the building to enable the general public to hire the facility.Following months of meetings, negotiations and expense the Club in April 2017 were finally pleased to announce that "The Karl Thomas Memorial Hall" had now been awarded a full license and had the restrictions lifted. The club would like to thank Huw Perkins of Wrexham council, John Phillips of Penycae Council and the local residents for their support during this time.
The clubhouse can accommodate up to 80 people, has Lager and Cider on draught as well as various bottles plus it also has Sky and BT sports.