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 19, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Poppy sellersClydebank Post: These youngsters showed their respectsThese youngsters showed their respects (Image: Archive)

Kids at Kilbowie Primary showed their respects on Armistice Day as they observed the traditional two-minute silence.

Pupils at the West Thomson Street school also sold poppies to raise funds for war veterans.

2. Raffle raiser for St Mag’s

Clydebank Post: Over £400 was raisedOver £400 was raised (Image: Archive)

Staff at a Clydebank shop held a raffle in aid of St Margaret’s Hospice.

Kind workers at Harvey and Thomsons Pawnbrokers, in Clydebank shopping centre, raised £421 after customers dug deep to help out the Whitecrook facility.

3. Par-fect pupils

Clydebank Post: St Eunan's kids got some golf coachingSt Eunan's kids got some golf coaching (Image: Archive)

Sports stars of the future were dreaming of becoming the next Tiger Woods as they got golf coaching.

The kids at St Eunan’s Primary, in Drumry, learned how to grip and swing in the session with Gary McFarlane from Clober Golf Club.

4. Tickled pink

Clydebank Post: An impressive £160 was raisedAn impressive £160 was raised (Image: Archive)

Students at Clydebank College were tickled pink recently in a bid to raise awareness of breast cancer along with the help of the college’s health at work team.

An information stall was set up with pink pin badges, a raffle and some tasty cakes.

5. MSP visit

Clydebank Post: Des McNulty visited Linnvale PrimaryDes McNulty visited Linnvale Primary (Image: Archive)

Clydebank’s MSP Des McNulty went along to chat with school pupils about their recent trip to the Scottish Parliament.

And the primary six class at Linnvale Primary were keen to tell their MSP all about their visit to Holyrood.

6. X Factor stars watch on lightsClydebank Post: The girls from High Voltage were in townThe girls from High Voltage were in town (Image: Archive)

Clydebank got set for the festive season when the Christmas lights were turned on at the Clyde Shopping Centre.

And a star-studded line-up was on hand to entertain the crowds.

X Factor contestants High Voltage sang their hearts out, and star of West End musical Joseph, Jenna Lee-James, also put on a great show.

For the kids, Nina from CBeebies’ Nina and the Neurons came along to flick the light switch and an appearance by Santa was the icing on the cake, as Bankies welcomed the festive season in style.