This is how Lancashire looked in 1975

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Tuesday, 16th April 2019, 5:47 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th April 2019, 6:05 pm
It was great to be young at Deepdale where, before the game with Brighton, youngsters were in the spotlight. Pictured here are Bamber Bridge cub-scouts who were taken on a tour of Deepdale where they met PNE stars Stuart Baxter, Rikki Thomson and Stephen Doyle
It was great to be young at Deepdale where, before the game with Brighton, youngsters were in the spotlight. Pictured here are Bamber Bridge cub-scouts who were taken on a tour of Deepdale where they met PNE stars Stuart Baxter, Rikki Thomson and Stephen Doyle

This week we are looking at 1975. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1975

Women's Institute members threw off that dowdy, old-fashioned image once and for all in Preston when they staged a major drama production with true professionalism. The production - The History, the Humour and the Beauty of Women of Lancashire - was a vivid recreation of some of the county's female figureheads who have made their mark on history
More than 500 parents and other interested people visited an open evening at Fulwood High School. Pictured is Cheryl Parkinson demonstrating a hinge joint to Eric and Margaret Clayton in the science laboratory
June will be a special month for scouts in Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley, for that is when they hope to open their new 7,500 hut to replace the old one burned down three years ago to the month. Scouts are pictured here putting the finishing touches to the hut
June will be a special month for scouts in Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley, for that is when they hope to open their new 7,500 hut to replace the old one burned down three years ago to the month. Scouts are pictured here putting the finishing touches to the inside of the hut
Eldon B team, winners of the Preston Lion Brewery Darts League's Division A championship and the Knockout Shield. Front row (left to right): Jack Keane, Jimmy Watson, Ronnie Parkinson (capt), Bob Aspden and Ray Aspden. Back row (left to right): Bob Almond, Brian Ribchester, Brian Danson, Dave Walker and John Howarth
"Sea Creatures" from Maria Goretti school have a quick rehearsal for the 30th annual music festival for Preston schools, outside Preston Guild Hall. They are (left to right) Judith Hardwick, Shirley Hesketh, Helen Walmsley, Ruth Yeulett, Nicola Marshall, Elizabeth Dunlop and Denise Bullen doing a cartwheel
Competitors taking part in the Top Firm competition in Chorley and Leyland - an It's a Knockout-type affair. The event was organised by members of the Chorley Cancer Research Action group