The club was owned by Mick Parker.
Visitors were met on the door, at various times, by John Tilson, Winston Hickton, George, who always wore a bow tie and smoked cigars, and Terry Flynn.
Cloakroom attendants included Lorna Hickton and Lucy Parker, Mick’s mum.
Serving in the coffee and coke bar was June Tilson.
Jeanette Frith worked in the club and Robert Copley was the glass, bottle and rubbish collector.
Amongst the DJ’s who played the music to get everyone dancing were Barry Kendrick, John Smith, Dave and as a guest Pete Stringfellow.