This is how Lancashire looked in the year 2000

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 14th May 2020, 3:51 pm
Members of the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Young Leaders taking part in a march towards a special service  where they re-dedicated themselves to Queen and country, held at the Guild Hall in Preston
Members of the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Young Leaders taking part in a march towards a special service where they re-dedicated themselves to Queen and country, held at the Guild Hall in Preston

This week we are looking at the year 2000. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 2000

Performing arts students, from left, Toyah Richardson, Naomi Smith and Matthew Butler who have set up a studio theatre at Preston College to perform their version of Harold Pinters The Dumb Waiter
The children of Highgate House Nursery, Fulwood celebrate the National Childrens Day. A bouncy castle, face painting, a lucky dip and guess the name of the rabbit were all attractions which helped raise 620 for the Fulwood and Broughton branch of the NSPCC

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Head of Saxophone at the Broughton School of Music, Neil Carr, centre, with players who achieved distinctions or merits in the Association Board of Royal Schools of Music, from left, Aaron Speight, 14, Alistair McBurnie, 17, Rosanna Hyde, 12, Ed Bolton, 13 and Caroline Sharples, 12
Youngsters from Withnell Fold CP School during the Adidas School Football Initiative at the school at Withnell Fold, near Chorley
Year 6 pupils Alex Meecham, 10 and Adam Wise, 11, from Howick School at Penwortham, near Preston which is one of the first school from Lancashire to visit the Millennium Dome in London
Rhys Lisle, six and Adam Dewhurst, seven, with their Out of Africa masks at Broadoaks CP school, Penwortham, near Preston
Delighted with their new play equipment including this wormy play tunnel, toddlers from Bilsborrow Pre-School Nursery climb aboard, including nursery chairman, Sally Nightingale (left) and Garstang Deputy Mayor, Coun Mrs Norah Hoyles, who presented them with a lottery grant certificate, at the Methodist Church Hall in Bilsborrow
The Blackpool Dance Festival 2000 for juniors at the Tower Ballroom
Caroline Betmead, the first woman across the finish line at the Blackpool 10K fun run
Elmslie Girls School in Blackpool closed its doors to pupils due to a backlog of debt. It closed at the end of August after 80 years
Rythmos - the Hot Ice show of 2000 in Blackpool
Chesters Millennium Showtime 2000 - at the Marine Hall in Fleetwood. It was directed and choreographed by Christine Cheeseman
Eve Live 2000 at the Lowther Pavillion, Lytham
More action from Eve Live 2000 at the Lowther Pavillion, Lytham
Local council election at Blackpool Sports Centre, Stanley Park - May 2000