JOIN us as we take a trip down memory lane to reminisce about what was happening in Clydebank fifteen years ago.

We have delved into the Post’s archives to pick out some stories from over a decade ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition published on Wednesday, June 4, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Dance crew ready to take on the world after awards success

Clydebank Post: Members of the Tullochan Trust's dance group Members of the Tullochan Trust's dance group (Image: Archives)

Members of the Tullochan Trust's dance group were set to take on the world after triumphing at a national competition.

The TT Crew scooped seven trophies at the 2008 Scottish Street Dance Championships.

The winners then went on to the World Street Dance Championships.

The dancers were pupils from St Colomba's, St Andrew's, and Clydebank High schools.

2. Novice artist accepted into prestigious art school

Clydebank Post: Lucy LuiLucy Lui (Image: Archives)

A novice artist who had never painted until she moved to Clydebank from her home in China was accepted into a prestigious art school. 

Lucy Lui, originally from the Shanxi province, came to the town after marrying her Glaswegian husband.

The then 23-year-old had never picked up a paintbrush before, but soon realised she had a natural flare after enrolling in an art and design course at Clydebank College.

3. Whitecrook pupils in health week funClydebank Post: Whitecrook primary pupils made the most of health weekWhitecrook primary pupils made the most of health week (Image: Archives)Whitecrook Primary made the most of a health-promoting week. 

The school ran various activities including sports, where children got to take part in golf, circuits, and orienteering.

Rugby coaches from Clydebank Rugby Club also gave the youngsters lessons.

4. Youngsters visited by Eco Ed

Clydebank Post: St Eunan's pupils were visited by 'Eco Ed'St Eunan's pupils were visited by 'Eco Ed' (Image: Archives)

Children at St Eunan's Primary School had a special visitor to encourage them to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

Eco Ed came along with his friend Sharon Thompson, from Asda, to encourage the primary one to three pupils at the Drumry school to recycle at home.

He gave out various household items and the children had to decide what category they would be recycled under.

5. Fun and Fair Trade in the sunshine

Clydebank Post: Fun in the sunshineFun in the sunshine (Image: Archives)

Pupils at Corpus Christi Primary School enjoyed a non-uniform day in aid of Fair Trade.

The children at the Knightswood school took part in various activities to learn about ethical products and enjoyed having fun in the sunshine.

6. Relatives celebrate Clydebank man's 100th birthday in style

Clydebank Post: Alex Lawrence on his 100th birthdayAlex Lawrence on his 100th birthday (Image: Archives)

Relatives of a Clydebank man travelled from all over the globe to help celebrate his 100th birthday.

Alex Lawrence enjoyed a party with family from Thailand, Canada, and Texas who travelled thousands of miles to be with him on his special day.

The theme for the part, at Hillview Nursing Home in Dalmuir, was Hawaiian and everyone dressed up in flower garlands to add to the festivities.