A selection of your photographs from days gone by.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Last week we published archives pictures from 1971
Somebody had forgotten to read the small print of Blackpool Corporation's by-laws when Granada TV decided to film a scene for their new comedy programme These Two Fellers in the resort's Stanley Gardens. Comedians Duggie Brown and Frank Carson were thwarted when it was realised they wouldn't be able to pick flowers. But Coun. Edmund and the Hon. Mrs Nancy Wynne, Blackpool's Mayor and Mayoress came to the rescue and allowed them to film in their garden
Chip shovelling gourmet Harry Haddock had his chips and ate them - but a trifle unhappily. It was not the lack of salt and vinegar which made connoisseur Harry glum as he tucked into his favourite dish. The reason was that the self-appointed chip chomping champion of the village of Adlington, near Chorley, had been out-done during what may prove to be the world's first chip-making competition. He lost out to Mrs Mary Thompson
Playtime for some children in Bamber Bridge took on a new look as they were given the chance of going along to their local park to "do their own thing". The Play Week scheme, organised by Lancashire County Council's Social Services department, was aimed at taking the pressure off busy mums during the school summer holidays and giving the children the chance to play safely
A place on contrasts: of Georgian splendour, Victorian austerity, martime utility - this is Fleetwood. It's not much to look at, but when the dull cover is lifted, the pages of the book are fascinating. For this is one of Britain's first New Towns