Charity organisers hope they may have reached their 2,000 target to raise funds for Christie's Children's Unit following a "mini marathon" by 50 children. The walk was started by champion foot-slogger Tom Benson on Moor Park in Preston

This is how Lancashire looked in 1985

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1985. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1985

Head of PE at Brownedge St Mary's High in Bamber Bridge, near Preston, Geoff Snailham, is organising a trip for himself and nine fifth formers to take a cycling trek to London. The trip is to commemorate 25 years of Catholic schooling at Brownedge
Head of PE at Brownedge St Mary's High in Bamber Bridge, near Preston, Geoff Snailham, is organising a trip for himself and nine fifth formers to take a cycling trek to London. The trip is to commemorate 25 years of Catholic schooling at Brownedge
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Young bird-watchers are presented with certificates
Young bird-watchers are presented with certificates
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Nicola McNicholas and her party took on Blackpool for the day and came out about evens. The trip was her reward for coming first in the Junior Post painting competition. She also won the right to take a bunch of friends - in her case, brother and cousins. Mum, dad and reporter Anthony Peregrine accompanied them. Their ears are still ringing...
Nicola McNicholas and her party took on Blackpool for the day and came out about evens. The trip was her reward for coming first in the Junior Post painting competition. She also won the right to take a bunch of friends - in her case, brother and cousins. Mum, dad and reporter Anthony Peregrine accompanied them. Their ears are still ringing...
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The Parent Teacher Association at Southlands High School in Chorley organised a Swap Shop and invited children from all over the area to take their unwanted toys, books and games along and barter with other youngsters for a swap. The event was a huge success
The Parent Teacher Association at Southlands High School in Chorley organised a Swap Shop and invited children from all over the area to take their unwanted toys, books and games along and barter with other youngsters for a swap. The event was a huge success
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