AN era has ended in Huddersfield.
The town's best-known and longest-running nightclub has shut its doors for the final time.
Johnnys had been owned by brothers Johnny and Joe Marsden since it opened in 1969 until they sold it to the national London and Edinburgh Inns just over two years ago.
The deal in November 2003 also included The Huddersfield Hotel, the Rosemary Lane bistro, the Boy and Barrel pub and the Palace Bar.
The hotel, pub and bar all remain open.
And a new nightspot is promised to replace Johnnys which closed suddenly last weekend.
London And Edinburgh Inns regional manager Hugh Hendry said time had simply run out for Johnnys.
It was not making money and had to shut.
The nightclub has been a part of the Huddersfield Hotel complex for many years and the hotel is thriving.
Over the years it has been a base for many TV and showbiz stars.
Members of the Last Of the Summer Wine cast have been regular visitors.