A selection of your photographs from days gone by.
Peggy the lamb would like to carry the flag in a Preston Guild processions - just like the lamb on the town's coat of arms. But the corporation is far from enthusiastic. Peggy is pictured here with her friends Karen, Alison, Jane and Anne from Elswick
Members of the junior pop club at Preston ballroom Top Rank are nearing their target of 50 bags of silver paper to buy a guide dog for a blind person. The children, aged between six and 13, will be able to see the results of their efforts when the dog is brought along by members of the Guild Dogs for the Blind Association who will receive the cheque to pay for it
Medieval characters will be brought to life by members of Preston Drama Club during the Guild celebrations. And their hand-made costumes will be a highlight as they take to the streets. All the costumes are authentic in every detail
The thousand women who work at a Preston mail order firm had one complaint. There weren't enough males to order! After they had tackled operations manager, Mr John Gunning, about it, he thought he had better do something. So he invited comedian Jack Douglas to tour the firm's Tulketh Mill to cheer them up a bit