A selection of your photographs from days gone by.
Super fit pupils at a top Lancashire boys' school have piled on the pounds for charity. For 28 year seven pupils at Hutton Grammar School took part in a mini-triathlon in aid of the NSPCC. Pictured is Luen Halewood, regional schools manager for the NSPCC with triathletes Daniel Sanderson, Daniel O'Hare, Robert Cafferkey and the rest of the first year class 1W
Pupils at a Preston school made a bid for stardom by performing to packed audiences with a production of the hit musical Godspell. All of the three shows performed by a cast of budding actors at Archbishop Temple School, Fulwood, were sell-outs
Brave Lancashire youngsters will be stepping into the limelight to be rewarded with Millennium Child of Achievement Awards for their personal achievement in adverse circumstances. Battling youngster Fiona Rowley has certainly impressed her family, school and friends. The popular 10-year-old from Inskip, is described as "amazing" and "a joy" by her nearest and dearest. She is pictured above with her mum Barbara, and younger brother Thomas, age six
A Lancashire farmer suffering during the worst crisis in the industry for decades has turned to the world of business to keep his head above water. Fourth generation farmer James Tomlinson has converted redundant century-old farm buildings to create a state-of-the-art business park at his farm in Clifton. The farm has been in the Tomlinson family since 1900, when James's great grandfather, also called James, bought it