A selection of your photographs from days gone by.
Fulwood St Clare's RC primary school is the safest in Preston - and that's official. Pupils already hold the Inter-School Road Safety Quiz Shield. But now they've gone one better by winning the Jack Heatley Cup for cycling proficiency. The cup was collected on behalf of successful classmates by Jacqueline Lynch, 10, and Jonathan De Larosa, now a 12-year-old pupil at St Thomas More School. Jack Heatley presented the cup
Martin Sumner celebrated his 21st birthday in style with an impressive victory in the Preston and Fulwood amateur boxing show at a packed Preston Stadium. Light middleweight Sumner got to grips with Steve Judge of Hyndburn and emerged a worthy winner. Martin is pictured above with the rest of the Preston and Fulwood team
After their successful 'Those Good Old Days' last year the St Andrews Players and the Jay H Singers have come up with what promises to be another lively production. Called simply 'A Revue' it is produced by Mrs J Mitchell, with Mr J Hunt as the musical director. Pictured above are the ladies of the chorus line-up
The world may watch the Russian and Romanian gymnasts and gasp in wonder and admiration. But the Garstang gymnasts have a lot more fun. Garstang Gymnasts Club is a typical example of the many clubs which have sprung up around the country and is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. Pictured: Eleven-year-old Laura Bolton demonstrates a cartwheel to the other members of the club