INN, watering hole, boozer or local. There are many terms for a pub, although each of them share the same goals – to bring communities together and forge memories.

The Daily Echo takes a look back at another seven pubs from the past, each of them likely to spark happy memories from readers.

There's little doubt that if the walls of the establishments left standing could talk they would almost certainly have myriad tales to tell of drunken tomfoolery and jolly japes.

How many of these did you visit?

The Saxon King

Once located on Broadway The Saxon King closed in 1992 and was demolished to make way for housing,

The Portman Hotel

The Portman Hotel was closed in 2017 and redeveloped as apartments. It was located on Ashley Road.

The Pig and Whistle

The Pig and Whistle could once be found at 14 Queen Road.

The Osprey

The Osprey was closed in the 1990s and demolished to make way for housing. The pub was located in Poole Lane.

The Thatched House

The Thatched House was situated on East Howe Lane before being closed in 2008. It's now residential.

The Horse and Jockey

The Horse and Jockey pub was most recently known as The Smoking Outlaw and has been empty since it closed in 2017. The pub had a history dating back to 1841.

Daisy O'Briens

This town centre Irish themed bar has been shut for more than four years. The pub was at 77 Old Christchurch Road.

More pubs from the past to feature in next week's Daily Echo.