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, October 15, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Movie role was Dalmuir actor’s first speaking part

Clydebank Post: A young actor made his big screen debut in one of 2008’s most talked about films – and he revealed that it was his first speaking part.

Bankie Ciaron Kelly, 20 at the time of publication, hit cinemas in the Stone of Destiny appearing alongside the likes of Robert Carlyle.

He had a main role playing Alan Stuart, one of four patriotic students who broke into Westminster in the 1950s to steal back the Scottish Stone of Destiny.

2. Titan scoops international design award

Clydebank Post: The giant Titan Crane won a top international gong for its impressive make-over.

The A-listed Titan scooped the award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, in recognition of the £3m restoration project which transformed the beacon of the town’s shipbuilding past into a unique visitor attraction.

As one of 114 architectural projects up for the “highest and most prestigious” international programme promoting architecture and design, Clydebank Re-built’s managing director at the time, Eleanor McAllister was delighted to have secured the award for the town.

3. X-factor stars turnout for Asda’s birthday celebrations

Clydebank Post: The MacDonald Brothers were the icing on the cake for Asda’s birthday celebrations.

The Clydebank supermarket marked 13 years (in 2008) by hosting a special in-store performance by the then X-factor favourites.

Playing an assortment of their hits Brian and Craig had shoppers singing in the aisles as part of their record bid to appear in as many supermarkets as possible in one week.

4. Community centre celebrates second birthday

Clydebank Post: A community centre celebrated its second birthday with a fun-filled gala day for all the family.

Line dancing, smoothie making, fairground rides, and a bouncy castle were on offer at the Whiteinch Centre.

5. Bright Bankies scoop school awards

Clydebank Post: A brainy bunch of Clydebank school pupils were awarded for their academic success at an awards ceremony.

In the last ever senior awards ceremony at St Columba’s Hugh – before the school moved into the new St Peter the Apostle building – the annual prizes were handed out to the stand-out pupils of the session.

Amongst the winners on the night were Jennifer Carson, who was awarded the Senior Dux, Suzy Whoriskey, who was the Junior Dux, and Gavin Crawford, who won the coveted pupil of distinction award.

6. Dedicated staff help out at community centre

Clydebank Post: A group of finance workers took time out of their busy schedules to help out at a community centre.

Staff from Deloitte helped refurbish the garden at Yoker Resource Centre.