Can you spot yourself in this gallery from Pals nightclub on New Year’s Eve 2006?

A nun, Sherlock Holmes and characters from the Mask of Zorro were among the fancy dress outfits. Pic

A nun, Sherlock Holmes and characters from the Mask of Zorro were among the fancy dress outfits. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

Wishing a very happy New Year to all of our readers! To mark the occasion, we have delved into our archives and found some pictures of party goers seeing in the New Year in 2006.

A packed dancefloor at the former Pals nightclub. Picture: JOHN KERR

A packed dancefloor at the former Pals nightclub. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

Ipswich town centre is always a hive of activity on New Year’s Eve, as these photographs taken in the Corn Exchange and the former Pals nightclub in the Old Cattle Market, which is now home to Revolution, show.

Fancy dress costumes were aplenty. Picture: JOHN KERR

Fancy dress costumes were aplenty. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

Fancy dress outfits were aplenty, with Superman and Superwoman, Zorro, Tweedledum and Tweedledee and Sherlock Holmes among the characters that descended on the town to party the night away.

Superman and Superwoman seeing in the new year in 2006. Picture: JOHN KERR

Superman and Superwoman seeing in the new year in 2006. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

The pictures show a packed dance floor at the nightspot, which is still a popular venue today.

Partying the night away in Pals in 2006. Picture: JOHN KERR

Partying the night away in Pals in 2006. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

Can you spot yourself or someone you know in this gallery from that New Year’s Eve in 2006?

Dancing into the new year at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. Picture: JOHN KERR

Dancing into the new year at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

To share your own pictures and memories with us, email our picture desk.

People in fancy dress see in the new year in Ipswich town centre. Picture: JOHN KERR

People in fancy dress see in the new year in Ipswich town centre. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: Archant

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