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 29, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Clydebank’s Big Brother star abseils down 150ft landmark

Clydebank Post: Clydebank’s daredevil Big Brother runner-up braved high winds and dizzying heights to raise money for charity.

Mikey Hughes took the terrifying challenge 150ft up the landmark Titan Crane to abseil down for Deafblind Scotland.

2. Pupils go around the world

Clydebank Post: Excited pupils at a Clydebank primary school took part in an international day.

The youngsters at Kilbowie Primary were learning about the different cultures and foods from countries around the globe.

As part of the fun afternoon at the West Thomson Street school, the kids got the chance to be ambassadors for different countries, enjoy food, and take part in a quiz.

3. Youngsters dig into greener future

Clydebank Post: Pupils at Blairdardie Primary were digging into a greener future thanks to Sainsbury’s.

The supermarket provided the Keam Avenue school with seeds, a wheelbarrow, a watering can, and tools to help them create their own vegetable patch.

The eco-council was on hand to collect the kit which was handed over by the Drumchapel store’s Alison Sampson, Linda Birch, and William Clark [pictured].

4. Clydebank model lands contract

Clydebank Post: A Clydebank woman landed herself a modelling contract thanks to Clyde Shopping Centre.

The Clydebank’s Next Top Model competition saw aspiring models from far and wide flock to the town to compete for a year’s contract with Superior Model Management.

Bridie Lawson, who was 17 at the time of publication, scooped the top prize at the event hosted by STV’s Vicky Lee.

5. Youngsters cook up a storm

Clydebank Post: Kids rolled up their sleeves and got stuck into cooking some tasty treats.

Paul Williams taught children how to rustle up some apple turnovers during their October break.

There were smiles all around at the Skypoint Centre in Faifley.

6. Historic fish and chip shop celebrates 80 years in town

Clydebank Post: Clydebank’s oldest fish shop celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2008.

Located on the main street in Duntocher, Fallone’s Fish and Chip Shop is a favourite with Bankies.

It was started in the late 1920s by the Fallone family.