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 Clydebank Post’s archives to pick out some stories from over a decade ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition published on Wednesday, November 12, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Remembrance Sunday marked

Clydebank Post: The traditional minute’s silence was observed before wreaths were placed at the war memorialThe traditional minute’s silence was observed before wreaths were placed at the war memorial (Image: Stock)

Bankies remembered the town’s fallen war heroes at Clydebank Town Hall in 2008.

Politicians, including Provost Denis Agnew, and MSPs Des McNulty and Gil Paterson, along with representatives from the police and church, turned out to watch the remembrance parade.

Army cadets, air cadets, sea scouts and the Clydebank Pipe Band marched from Cart Street to the Town Hall.

2. In Español!

Clydebank Post: It was Spanish time at St Eunan'sIt was Spanish time at St Eunan's (Image: Stock)

IT was Spanish time in dancing for a class of energetic pupils.

The kids at St Eunan’s Primary, in Drumry, enjoyed an afternoon learning dancefloor moves from teacher Juan Ferron.

The dance expert had them copying his expert moves and enjoying their tuition outside the classroom.

3. Starting out: Primary Ones

Clydebank Post: Goldenhill Primary pupils with Miss Bruce, Mrs Jarvie and Mrs WalkerGoldenhill Primary pupils with Miss Bruce, Mrs Jarvie and Mrs Walker (Image: Stock)

The new primary one pupils started school and the Clydebank Post photographer visited each primary to get those first precious pictures. Goldenhill Primary pupils above.

4. Pink wigs and pumpkins

Clydebank Post: The dinner ladies at GavinburnThe dinner ladies at Gavinburn (Image: Stock)

The kids at this Clydebank school dressed up for a good cause on Halloween.

All the girls at Gavinburn Primary donated to come to school wearing pink, and the boys wore blue, to raise money for Breast Cancer Research.

The dinner ladies also ran a pink-themed tuck shop with pink meringues and shortbread, and the school managed to raise an impressive £562

5. Good read

Clydebank Post: David Galt, Frazer Rawis and Louis RaeDavid Galt, Frazer Rawis and Louis Rae (Image: Stock)Kids at a Clydebank Primary School had a look at the literary delights on offer at a book fair.

All the money raised from books bought at the Kilbowie Primary book fair went towards buying new books for the school.

6. The stakes were high

Clydebank Post: The kids playing for fun moneyThe kids playing for fun money (Image: Stock)Roulette and blackjack were on the cards at a Clydebank school — for a casino night.

The event was put on by St Mary’s Primary parent council to raise much-needed funds for the Duntocher school.

Around 100 parents, friends and pupils went along to the evening to try their luck as they played for fun money.

The person who had the most ‘money’ at the end of the night won a prize.

And along with a raffle, the Chapel Road school managed to raise an impressive £550.