DEIGHTON Working Men's Club is one of 17 in the Huddersfield area.
Working men's clubs were born out of the rise of trade unions and the many social reforms of the late 19th century.
They gave working men somewhere to meet and relax once they had finished work.
Working men's clubs, though, were not just places to go for a pint and a game of bingo. They were meeting places where issues were debated and hobbies and skills developed.
The number of working men's clubs reached their peak in the 1970s, when there were more than 4,000.
Today it is estimated the figure has dropped to about 3,000.