LLANDUDNO FC have announced a restructure of their facilities at Maesdu Park as new chairman Andrew Croston continues to make big changes early in his tenor.

The JD Cymru North side confirmed the departure of first team manager Matthew Jones last week, which was swiftly followed by a proposal to a view to “regaining the management of our in-house facilities, such as our sports and social clubhouse, known currently as The Crossbar”.

A club spokesman, said: “Our aim is to create a more inclusive, and more active social hub for our community, with some short, medium, and long-term goals in corroboration with our supporters.

“Therefore, it’s important that we understand exactly what your needs are, allowing us to prioritise what and when we implement our collective suggestions into our plans.

“We would also like to officially place on record our sincerest gratitude to Julie Weldridge and Georgia Montgomery, who have been working tirelessly over the past few years to maintain and manage the facility to the best of their ability, and for allowing the club to make this change.”

Members of their newly formed committee have agreed to take on the governance of the social enterprise. This includes a plan to deliver physical and educational programmes to the local community.

This will be known as Llandudno Football Club in the Community, and officials are currently seeking supporter opinions by way of a questionnaire on their website.

“By bringing everything under one governance, we want to ensure that we are working to meet needs, and that we can support each other in the go forward by regularly including you, our stakeholders, in our plans,” the spokesman added.