This is how Lancashire looked in 1991

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 17th December 2020, 1:00 pm
A crack girls team have the Lancashire netball world in their hands after winning a top district tournament. The year 11 squad from Walton-le-Dale High School, near Preston, trounced the opposition to take the South Ribble Schools Netball Championship for the fifth year running. The winning team, from left, Debra Marginson, Nicki Butterworth, Kate Priest, Zena Jewell, Emma Parkins, Lesley McColl, Shirley Saumtelly and Louise Walmsley
A crack girls team have the Lancashire netball world in their hands after winning a top district tournament. The year 11 squad from Walton-le-Dale High School, near Preston, trounced the opposition to take the South Ribble Schools Netball Championship for the fifth year running. The winning team, from left, Debra Marginson, Nicki Butterworth, Kate Priest, Zena Jewell, Emma Parkins, Lesley McColl, Shirley Saumtelly and Louise Walmsley

This week we are looking at 1991. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1991

Christmas shoppers were entertained by a young morris dancing troupe going through their routines. The Preston Rosettes put on a display in the town's St George's shopping centre to raise cash for uniforms for the Guild celebrations in 1992. Around 70 dancers aged between two and 14 - some pictured above - wowed crowds and raised more than £100 for their fund
Pupils from a Lancaster primary school have been all around the world for their Christmas celebrations. Children from Ridge School performed Everywhere Everywhere Christmas Tonight as their play for the festive season. It took the form of songs from countries all around the world including Mexico, France, China, Trinidad and Hawaii. It was narrated by Kerry Wilson, and Jamie Davies played the central character of Pablo

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Members of Springfields Under 16s team - Back, left to right: Michael Banks, Scott Wiliams, David Donnachie, Neil Archibald, Andrew Banks, Michael Botes, Ian Innes, Paul O'Neill, Alan Armstrong. Front: Michael Wood, Michael Cadwallader, Steven Fraser, Daniel Cleary, Lee Kay, Michael Armstrong
Geoffrey Thompson, boss of Britain's most popular fun park - the Fun House in Blackpool - sat amongst the smouldering debris of a £10m fire, clutching the head of the famous Fun House clown, and pledged it would rise from the ashes. Known just as the Laughing Clown, he had the last laugh, escaping the inferno because he was having a facelift
Southport town centre was bursting with festive spirit when shoppers were entertained by live music. The Roundeley Choir took to the bandstand in Lord Street and gave some Christmas cheer to the busy shoppers
After months of hard work, Southport Arts Centre in-house groups Side Step and Jets are ready to present their very own Christmas show - A Christmas Journey. The cast are all aged between seven and 13 years old
Hundreds of angry young gay and lesbians marched through Preston town centre to protest at what they claim are county council plans to "gag" homosexuals. Around 500 gathered on the Flag Market for a rally and demonstration against new county council draft guidelines for youth and community staff working with homosexuals. Pictured above the crowds head through town
Pupils from Lancaster's Royal and Girls grammar schools joined forces to stage a musical adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's book North and South. Mrs Gaskell drew inspiration from her early life in Manchester for the book which she partly wrote at her home in Silverdale. The two schools have combined to provide the stars of the show as well as the backstage staff
Anyone recognise this five-a-side football team?
These two players got first use of the brand new squash courts at BAe Warton Sports and Social Club. The courts figure among a series of new sports developments at the club. Pictured are Chairman of the Sports Committee John Holdon, with Alison Wake, who is chief of design-advanced technology
A Lancashire engineering firm has unveiled a technological breathrough which could revolutionaise bridge building worldwide. Staff at GEC Plastics in Warton, near Preston, have made the strongest glass-reinforced plastic structure ever built. Designed to carry 18 tons, the 18m beam will be used for footbridge building. Sixty workers from the factory in Mill Lane proved the structure's immense strength by putting their combined weight on top - and it didn't bend an inch
Move over Rudolph - Santa has decided it's a lot less bother with a hover. Father Christmas arrived at Newton Bluecoat CE Primary School, near Preston, aboard a hovercraft, and thrilled youngster with rides around the grounds