THERE are many places we have loved and lost in the area over the years.

And clubbers enjoyed hen dos, stag dos, birthday parties and a fun night out at Henry’s (Burnham Beeches) back in the day.

It’s not the only night club in Slough that used to be popular with locals.

Others that are greatly missed include Harry’s, Cat Balou, The Furze, Sluffs, Studio One, Yates, The Carlton and the Kingfisher.

Our readers remember Henry’s fondly and shared some of their great memories of the place.

Bruce Poynter said: “Great times there, open to all on Sunday night place was buzzing finished off down the Farnham Road at the burger van loved it.”

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Sasha Woodcock added: “Henry’s was a great night club. If you could remember where to find it, in the middle if nowhere. Loved the balcony dancers leg warmers etc satin leggings. Great place."

Caroline Ford explained clubbers would always go crazy on the dance floor on Sunday nights when Lulu’s iconic song ‘Shout’ was played.

Some people had their hen or stag do there including Phil Rawlings, Sian Turner and Elaine Henwood.

Sharon Leaver reminisced saying she met her husband there.

She said: “Mine and my sister’s Lisa Morgan 18th birthday part on 31st January 1989 and a year later I met my husband there.”

Diana Murray added she “absolutely loved” the place saying she has many happy memories of it.

Natalie Lane said she also had some "fab nights" there.

A lot of readers said they would also have a few drinks at The Stag first before heading off to Henry's afterwards.

James Moore added: “Best memories….the walk there from the Stag was dicey enough…God knows how I made it back to Britwell after!”

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Michelle Spencer said: “Absolutely loved Henry’s! We were so lucky to have had so many great clubs in those days – you could go to a different one every night of the week!

John Webster added: “Some great nights in there, even won an 18-30s holiday in the early 80s brilliant times.”

Terry Morton explained the club used to be called The Brown Owl and The Grenville Lodge in honour of the Grenville family who once owned the land.

Henry’s was knocked down in 2004.