OUR readers have been reminiscing about Flintshire's long-lost but clearly much-missed pubs this week.

These days, there are still plenty of much-loved and historic pubs to enjoy a pint or two at.

From the Coach and Horses in Flint to The Blossoms in Bagillt, there are still plenty on offer.

But what about pubs from the days gone by?

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Earlier this week, we asked our readers 'Which long lost Wrexham pub do you miss the most and why?'

Here are just some of the answers we received.

Dan Jackson said: "The Blue Bell, Hawarden in the 90’s, a proper party pub, some epic nights in there."

John Saunders added: "Boars head, Ewloe. Good beer good food. Great landlord."

Roger Smith told us: "Hawarden Castle, when I lived in Garden City that was my local. Great place."

Kenny Hughes said: "Oakley Arms, Leeswood with Harold and Deb behind the bar."

Dave Evans nominated the The Swan in Connah's Quay and The Albion Club.

Others opted for the long-gone Dolphin's bar which used to be based in Mold.

Which Flintshire pub do you miss the most? let us know in the comments below!