The modern clubhouse consists on the ground floor of four team changing rooms, a referees' changing room with shower, a sauna, a gym, a large shower for the players and a smaller shower room for gym / sauna users. There is also a fully fitted medical room for the physiotherapist.
The first floor consists of a large function room with a bar and dance floor that can be divided for smaller functions. The visiting club plaques collected over the years are set up on the walls and the Honours boards are mounted above the bar. There is a fully fitted kitchen, a committee room and several trophy cabinets. International games are viewed on the big-screen TVs and live games can be viewed from the large balcony overlooking the 1st XV pitch.
The complex offers a warm welcome to visiting sides and their officials. Hot meals are served to guests and sponsors for all Championship and B&I Cup home fixtures and the room can be booked for private functions such as birthdays, wedding receptions etc at other times by contacting the manager.
There are four pitches at St Peter and other training areas to accommodate the increasing numbers of Academy players.
September 2010 - The Pavillion incorporating a bar and kitchen (on the east side of the main clubhouse) and the Lord Jersey Stand (on the airport road side of the 1st XV pitch) were opened in order to cater for the increasing numbers of spectators.
The Clubhouse (from the 1st XV pitch)
The New Pavillion (opened September 2010)
The Lord Jersey Stand (opened September 2010)