MEMORIES of the golden age of disco and new wave music came flooding back at the weekend when Chippenham Museum held a remembering Goldiggers day.

Elaine Davis, the museum’s assistant collections officer said more than 200 people visited the museum to give their thoughts and memories of the night club and live music venue.

She said: “We are working with students at the University Centre and Wiltshire College to record memories and collect items and photographs from when it was a night club.

“People met each other their and got married and so many people saw bands there with good memories of nights out.”

If anyone has photographs or items like tickets or event the glitter balls they should contact the museum who plan an exhibition of memorabilia in 2020.

Goldiggers was on the corner of Wood Lane which is now Castle Lodge flats.

It opened in 1936 as a cinema before Nigel Ross turned it into a night club and music venue.