Some things change over time but yet, some things stay the same.

Another week and another a trip down memory lane to reminisce about what was happening in Clydebank fifteen years ago.

Once again 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, September 17, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces (especially the first day at school pics.)

1. Nursery kids are all smiles

Clydebank Post: Lennox Drive Nursery pupils put on a smileLennox Drive Nursery pupils put on a smile (Image: Stock)

The happy boys and girls at Lennox Drive Nursery were busy playing when the Post photographer popped in during 2008.

With a variety of fun toys and interesting learning resources, everyone had something to keep them occupied at the Faifley facility.

And as our cute shots show, everyone had a great grin for the camera.

2. Pupils raise CHAS cash

Clydebank Post: Yoker pupils hand over £2,000Yoker pupils hand over £2,000 (Image: Stock)

Big-hearted pupils raised a massive sum of cash for charity.

Everyone at St Brendan’s Primary, in Yoker, took part in cake and candies, bring and buy sales, raffles and a sponsored silence to raise £2,000 for children’s hospice charity CHAS.

3. Kids make most of charity day

Clydebank Post: They raised over £4,000They raised over £4,000 (Image: Stock)

Revellers who turned out in force for a charity carnival day had to make the most of a bad situation when the attractions failed to show up.

The fun day was organised by Sainsbury’s, in Great Western Retail Park, in a bid to raise as much cash as possible for the Glasgow Simon Community — a homeless charity.

But when the rides did not appear, it did not put people off and a tombola and raffle were held, as well as face painting for the kids.

After just a few weeks of fundraising the Drumchapel store managed to raise a massive £4,500 for the charity.

4. Pupils quiz top cop

Clydebank Post: PC Andrew Fearnside, Chief Constable Steven House and Claire McCracken with the pupil councilPC Andrew Fearnside, Chief Constable Steven House and Claire McCracken with the pupil council (Image: Stock)

The area’s top police officer in 2008 was grilled by an eager group of primary school pupils.

Steven House, Chief Constable for Strathclyde Police, went along to Our Holy Redeemer Primary in Whitecrook recently to meet with the school’s pupil council and discuss the many roles that police have.

Along with two community cops the officers fielded questions from the insightful pupils in a very informative talk.

5. New pupils start the big school

Clydebank Post: The Linnvale class of 2008The Linnvale class of 2008 (Image: Stock)

The new primary one pupils started school and the Post photographer was there to see them.

Check out these Linnvale pupils with Miss Smith and Mrs Swinson

6. Ruesha makes national history

Clydebank Post: Glasgow-born Littlejohn previously played with ClydebankGlasgow-born Littlejohn previously played with Clydebank (Image: Stock)

A striker from Old Drumchapel helped make national footballing history.

Ruesha Littlejohn was on the scoresheet for her Glasgow City Ladies side as they became the first Scottish team to make the last 16 of the UEFA Women’s Cup.

Before facing her European opponents, Glasgow-born Littlejohn, who played youth football with Clydebank, said: “With no Scottish team ever having achieved this before, we are determined to try and make a little bit of history.”