The new Rhyl FC Museum was officially opened by former Manager John Hulse before the start of the pre-season friendly against Stoke City on the 6th August. The most successful manager of the Club since the move to the Welsh Pyramid was delighted to make the trip from his Wirral home to visit the ground again and to officially open the room.
The Museum was the idea of lifelong Rhyl Supporter Graham Cartlidge which has seen one of the rooms underneath the old Kop converted into a glorious exhibition of the club’s history. John Hulse was visible amazed at the dedication to this project from Graham and commented upon how this club stalwart had developed this idea into such a fabulous area.
During his visit John spoke about the great memories of the 2003/04 season and in particular the famous afternoon when Rhyl clinched the Welsh Premier League title in the town of Porthmadog and how it became a day to remember for all supporters, players and officials of the club. John also reflected on the transformation of the ground during his period at Rhyl FC and paid tribute to the work of all the volunteers who behind the scenes at the club had been responsible for this transformation and more importantly had kept the club going during difficult times.