A selection of your photographs from days gone by.
This week we are looking at 1971. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1971
A dull and cloudy start to Garstang and District Agricultural Society's 158th annual show meant attendances were well down. Despite this the crowds were still entertained, like this young chap enjoying a turn on the trampoline
Pictured at the Lytham and District Horticultural Society are memnbers of the committee looking at one of the displays. Left to right, Mrs E Bell, treasurer, Mr GM Taylor, show secretary, Mr W Sedgewick, chairman and Mr W Middleton, secretary
Blackpool's noisy Golden Mile and show business circuit are not the beginning or end of the escape route to holiday making enjoyment. At the opposite end of the scale to the din of the Pleasure Beach and bustle on the promenade there was the tranquility and silence of Palatine School while the British Chess Federation national championships congress was being held
Competitors taking part in It's a Knockout at Blackpool's open air baths