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 of the stories from over a decade ago.

Here are some photographs from our festive edition published on Wednesday, December 24, 2008.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. A star is born

Clydebank Post: It was a starry night in Scotstoun Primary as school pupils staged a nativity.

There were plenty of extra shepherds, and angels as well as the traditional festive characters to keep the audience entertained.

2. Having a ball-et

Clydebank Post: Twinkle-toed pupils took part in a workshop with the Scottish Ballet.

The youngsters from Garscadden Primary went to see Sleeping Beauty at the theatre – and as part of the trip, they enjoyed a workshop on the fairy tale.

3. Saint Nick visits Knightswood primary school

Clydebank Post: Sophie Pickett with SantaSophie Pickett with Santa (Image: Archives)Santa Claus arrived on his sleigh to spread festive cheer through Corpus Christi Primary at a Christmas fair.

Everyone in attendance on the day at the Knightswood school clamoured to tell Father Christmas what was on their wish list.

4. Special visit at Yoker fair

Clydebank Post: Lots of festive bargains were on offer at Yoker Primary’s Christmas fair.

Pupils, parents, and grandparents descended on the Hawick Street school to pick up gifts for their loved ones.

5. Festive play with a difference

Clydebank Post: The children of St Ninian’s Primary in Knightswood put on a festive play with a difference.

The younger pupils put on a traditional play complete with Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, wise men, three shepherds, and angels.

The older pupils then put on a performance showing Christmas through the ages, including how the Victorians celebrated the occasion.

6. Time to play

Clydebank Post: The star of Bethlehem was shining overhead as pupils from Edinbarnet Primary put on a nativity.

The youngsters from the Faifley school donned a range of costumes to tell the story of how Jesus was born.