RHUDDLAN Town make their triumphant return to a place they once called home this week.

The ambitious Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division side hold their first training session at their Pengwern College base on Wednesday, which is the first time the squad has used the facility since announcing the return.

Manager Wayne Hughes and chairman Tony Hepton have been working incredibly hard behind the scenes in the hope of improving the stability of the club, which has resulted in them securing a long-term base after a year playing at the Coronation Gardens in Rhyl.

Hughes, added: “We are in a much better place than this time last year with no pitch and players leaving the club.

“We have all been working together to get the pitch ready for the new season, which is fast approaching and we can’t wait to get going again.”

They have been working with Miles Todd at 360 Ground Care to get the playing surface ready ahead of their return, with Town aiming to improve on a positive first season in the league and make a title challenge this time around.

Hughes’ side kicked-off their friendly fixtures on Saturday with a 5-1 reverse at Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two outfit Kinmel Bay.

The visitors were punished heavily for their mistakes during the contest, with the squad missing a number of first team regulars due to other commitments.

Before Town’s season opener on August 17, they also have games against Llandudno Amateurs Reserves, Llanfairfechan Town Reserves, Mochdre Sports, St Asaph Reserves, Llannefydd and Rhyl All Stars.

The club will start Wednesday’s session at 6.30pm and anyone looking to join the set-up is welcome to attend.