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, November 5, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Bankie couple’s spooktacular Hallowe’en partyClydebank Post: The Bradford family decked out their Dalmuir home with a spooky display of ghoulish decorations inside and out. 

2. Save our tree

Clydebank Post: Residents fighting to save a 100-year-old tree from the axe were “hopeful” that they would be successful. Campaigners living on Janetta street were determined to see the giant willow in the grounds of the new Clydebank High survive.

3. Supermarket staff visit school

Clydebank Post: The kids at St Eunan’s Primary in Drumry were joined by staff from Sainsbury’s supermarket to show them fun ways to have their five-a-day. They got to try some different foods and learn why eating healthy is important.

4. Retiring depute head's farewell

Clydebank Post: Kids at a primary school paid an emotional farewell to their depute head. Kathleen MacKenzie retired from her position at Camstradden Primary, in Drumchapel, and the school held a special assembly to say goodbye.

5. Shop's scary charity bid

Clydebank Post: Bankies got a few scares as they got their shopping. The staff at ASDA Clydebank went to work in ghoulish dress to celebrate Hallowe’en. The charitable employees used the occasion to raise money for Cash for Kids.

6. Please sir, can I have some more?

Clydebank Post: Talented Bankies Corinna Buchan, 10, Emma Robinson, 12, and Oliver Keenan, 11, all won parts in theatre spectacular Oliver! at the Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow. Our Holy Redeemer pupil Corinna had great fun as part of Fagan’s gang and learning the dance to the famous ‘You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two’. Clydebank High pupils Emma from Faifley joined Corinna in Fagan’s gang, while Oliver, from Linnvale, landed the role of Charley Bates, one of Fagan’s trusted boys.