We all remember our favourite nights out - the laughs, the music, the venue.

Huddersfield has enjoyed a varied night scene over the years and as time has rolled by nightclubs and pubs have opened and closed.

Today there remains no sign of some of the town's biggest names that packed thousands of people in to boogie the night away.

We asked our friends on the Examiner Facebook page for their favourite spots that no longer exist.

Take a look below at some great memories - and click above to jog your brain with pictures of some of Huddersfield's lost nightclubs.

Mark Aston

Plaza was mint and Hard Times!

Kimberley Stock

Going back to the turn of the 80s. I enjoyed the Kings Club on Bradford Rd, lots of Motown, northern soul and disco songs like 'Oops Upside Your Head' by The Gap Band.

Linda Roberts

Jonnys. 70's & 80's Slim on the door. Bless him. Always could rely on him to get a taxi x

Lance Gilbert

Bier Keller used to be the Carriage House n the Growler before that I think!

Ian Dolph French

Amazing when you think back to the nightlife that Huddersfield used to have and compare it to what we have got now. Huddersfield is a shadow of its former self.

I miss the superclub that was visage (miles better than Tokyo), i miss Bar Non/Club Non with Hard Times. I miss Abrahams. I remember when Camel Club was new, painted in terracotta orange and owned by Revolutions. I miss Eden when it was in the church on the uni campus and it's terrible glass smashed slippy 'non slip' floor, big screens and multi level bars

Diane Djladydee Clarke

Venn Street Cleopatra's/Silver Sands best club Huddersfield ever had. Couldn't beat Friday n Saturday nights out. First to Palm Springs pub round the corner up kirkgate then to Venn Street as it were called. The club had loads to offer I was a DJ there as well from 86-89 I miss them days

Chris Rowell

KU Club...best ever then up to Montego's or The Yard all the rest were just cheesy

Julie Pearce

Visage and Ethos - walking round to see who you knew

Hannah Quarmby

Going back some years, heady days of goth, Charlies it has to be! For those who are not old enough to recall and without the memories - was above McDonalds!There was nowhere to compare!

Michael Hopkins

Pfft Heaven & Hell, Visage and Ethos, you don't know how good town was in our days. There was Sly McFlys and Pie Eyed McFlys - now they were great nights, also there was Catacombs, it was like the Common Room at Greenhead but with booze! And not a full moon in sight  X

Cherry Appleyard

Coach House, down King Street, top spot. John B on the decks. All night in Albion, Jez playing Freebird for kicking out time, then on to Coach House. Good memories

Helen Hockley

Flix definitely. Brilliant nights fun, Quinny and Dave Chambers on DJ, Gerard Wood in restaurant, Gary Parker shaking cocktails! Best nights ever!

David Monks

Starlight as a kid Saturday afternoons White Lion/Piggys Woodys. I lived and worked in both best night club has to Johnnys and Ickys for a curry

Mark Hirst

Where do I start? We'll it started off in Jetsets n Sunsets as a young first timer down town , then moved on to Johnnys for those mad heavy drinking nights, but then moved on at Ramsdens landing bar then to the famous Hard Times nights at The Plaza       ........waheeeey

Sarah Wedge

Ethos on a Monday night student night in the mid nineties was great and Calisto's near the train station, also loved Abrahams on Saturday nights but Eden was the best! ! Oh to be 21 again! Had some great times! !

Gillian Kaye

 For me the very very best nights (even without the aid of alcohol) were at the Starlight. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday all the way through the Tamla Motown and Northern Soul eras. I only have to hear the opening bars of such songs as "needle in a haystack" "band of gold " "out on the floor" etc etc and I'm there. Oh happy days....

Jonathan Street

Had so much fun at the Calistos indie nights, dance music in Visage, 80's in Ethos. Saw some funny sights working in The Pepperhouse. Johnnys was very Huddersfield - chaos! Heaven & Hell had it's moments, Abrahams was great fun. Tokyo is a good laugh now. All good in different ways!

Emily J Goodozzy

From 17 it was always the plaza, a nightclub in a church. Mint.

Then Calistos followed by Bar/Club Non! (I worked there) and Centros after forcheesy chips!

Matt Holbrook

Follies all nighters! Happy Days! Coming out at seven in the morning dripping wet. Mum asking if I'd been swimming in the Canal! Er,not quite.

Tracy Eastwood

I remember being on a TV prog called The Hitman & Her with (I think) Michaela Strachan when it came to Videotech.

Helen Quinn

Disused woollen warehouse turned into best ever nightclub in Huddersfield was Flix! Visited by the rich and famous it was described as cosmopolitan. Does anyone remember the charity jump out the top floor window? That caused quite a crowd to gather. There were the comfy double cinema seats from the Curzon! Top live bands performed there, it had an a la carte restaurant and cocktail bar.

Diane Adams

Josephine's on a Sat afternoon, Videotech-Pleasuredome-Sunsets, Harveys (I think on Westgate?  showing my age!) Piggys, Venn St, back in the day.

Samantha Rawles

I've actually got the old neon sign that lived above the door inside the entrance to Piggy's. It's in full working order. It was found at a tip in Batley but I bought it from a junk shop in Ramsgate in Kent! You should've seen my face when I spotted it! 270+ miles from my hometown...

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