Last orders may have been called more than 50 years ago in some pubs across the Langleys, but their memories have now been brought back to life as part of an online collection of lost pubs across the UK.

Once a focal point in their communities, and in some cases major wedding venues, eleven pubs in Abbots Langley, Bedmond, Bovingdon, Chipperfield, Hunton Bridge and Kings Langley have been remembered on website

Closed no longer than a decade ago, some people may remember Abbots Langley pubs the Breakspeare in School Mead, shut down in 2010, and the Kings Head in High Street, which closed in 2006 and is now used as a restaurant.

In Bedmond there was the White Hart in Sergehill Lane, closed in October 2009, and just last year The Royal Oak, situated in The Street, Chipperfield, locked up for good.

Some people who have been round a little longer may remember two pubs in Hunton Bridge – the Farriers Arms, shut down in 1965 and now a house, and the Maltsters Arms, which closed in 1963.

In Bovingdon there are three drinking hotspots included in the list - The Wheatsheaf, The Bull and The Bobsleigh Inn.

The Wheatsheaf, in High Street, is now in private residential use and The Bull, in Chipperfield Road, is currently the subject of a planning application involving demolition and replacement with new residential units.

The news of the sudden closure of The Bobsleigh Inn in 2014 left many couples with no wedding venue just months before their big day.

Also appearing on the website are Kings Langley pubs The Eagle Inn, situated in Hempstead Road, and The Red Lion, in Waterside, which is now in private residential use.