The new Brudenell Social Club on Queens Road. Pictured in November 1978.
These venues have proved a leisure time focal point for communities around the city - places to be entertained, to drink socially and to play games. The photos, plucked from the YEP archive, focus on three decades of memories from the 1960s right through to the 1990s. Is your favourite social club featured?
READ MORE: 33 closed Leeds pubs which will stir fond memories for drinkers LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook The new concert room at the Denison Hall Club on Armley Town Street in June 1984. (Photo: YPN) The modernised bar and Middleton Social and Welfare Club in June 1976. (Photo: YPN) The Trafalgar Sporting Club in Hunslet. Pictured in April 1986. The new look concert room at Cross Gates Working Men's Club in June 1979. (Photo: YPN) The two-tier circular stage in the concert room at Burmantofts Liberal Club iMay 1967. (Photo: YPN) Middleton Social Club on Thorpe Street pictured in January 1969. (Photo: YPN) Main Line Social Club on Pudsey Road which was opened by Leeds United legend Bobby Collins in 1966. An unusual feature is the split-level games room which provides a good view of the snooker table. (Photo: YPN) The concert room at the Middleton Social and Welfare Club which boasted seating for 700 people. Pictured in June 1976. East Leeds Labour Club on Brooklands Avenue in Seacroft. Pictured in June 1976. Were you a regular at Holbeck Working Mens Club back in the day? Pictured in April 1978. The new extension at Bramley Social Club. Pictured in December 1990. The bar, complete with exotic plants, at Star Snooker and Social Club on York Road. Pictured in November 1985. Inside Ackroyd Street Working Men's Club in Morley in March 1974. (Photo: YPN) West Leeds Working Mens Club pictured in September 1985. It was the location of the YTV documentary Where There's Life. (Photo: YPN) Do you remember East Hunslet Liberal Club? Pictured in May 1977. Burley Liberal Club. pictured in March 1967. It was born in 1876 when the population of Leeds was just over 298,000. (Photo: YPN) New Wortley Conservative Club on Oldfield Lane had been refurbished and renovated in June 1980. The 400-plus members could drink, play snooker or billiards, or just relax in comfortable modern surroundings. (Photo: YPN) The new lounge and bar at the New Canning Working Mens Club on Dewsbury Road.pictured in May 1976. (Photo: YPN) The transformed concert room at West Hunslet Liberal Club on Dewsbury Road. Pictured in November 1966. The games room at Seacroft Working Men's Club during lunchtime on Sunday in June 1980. (Photo: YPN) Harehills Labour Club in May 1968. (Photo: YPN) The new concert hall at Leeds Trades Council Club. Pictured in June 1974. Share your memories of social clubs with Andrew Hutchinson via email at: email@example.com or tweet him - @AndyHutchYPN (Photo: YPN)