These pubs and clubs from Preston's past are sure to bring back some memories

While the nightlife around Preston has changed somewhat over the years, you never forget the clubs and pubs of your youth.

Thursday, 15th November 2018, 2:16 pm
Updated Friday, 16th November 2018, 12:04 pm
These pubs and clubs from Preston's past are sure to bring back some memories

Here we remember the places where we mis-spent our youth, or where we probably met our significant other.

Many will recall a visit to the Piper from the mid-1960s onwards. In 2001 it opened as Storm, a venue for over-25s, and later became Club Arena.
In 1974 velour seats and luxury carpets awaited the visitors greeted by resident DJ Steve Martell.

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In 1979 a sumptuous cellar night spot named Squires was unveiled underneath the Lancastria Co-op building after a 500,000 investment.
In 1989 Clouds became Easy Street, even hosting page three girl Linda Lusardi in its heyday.
Preston's only floating nightspot, the Manxman spent its first 20 years as a ferry between the Isle of Man and Liverpool.
The discotheque opened on the old Ritz Cinema site on Church Street. Sadly its popularity waned in the early 1980s.
This has been an alternative nightclub and music venue in Preston since 1972. For spell it was known as the Raiders, before it returned to its old name.
Big names such as Carl Cox, John Digweed and Prodigy played at Preston's 'super club' Feel which was based at UCLan from 1994 to 2005.
The Mill opened as a nightclub/music club focusing on alternative music in 1998. The opening night attracted 200 people and featured American rock band Freak of Nature with Toyah playing just days later.
The Church Street venue didn't stop as Clouds with the younger generation now recalling the venue's later days as Tokyo Jo's.
The Church Street venue didn't stop as Clouds with the younger generation now recalling the venue's later days as Tokyo Jo's.