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 final edition of 2008 published on Wednesday, December 31.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Santa stops in Clydebank for local Christmas party

Clydebank Post: Santa paid a visit to Clydebank toddlers to check if they had been naughty or nice.

Mr Claus made a guest appearance at Glenhead Mothers and Toddlers Group’s Christmas party.

Thankfully, all the tiny tots had been good and Santa promised them lots of presents under the tree.

2. Party time for pupils

Clydebank Post: Kids got on their gladrags as the excitement of Christmas reached fever pitch at the Carleith Primary party.

The pupils at the Duntocher school played games, danced, and got into the festive mood at the end-of-term bash.

3. Festive entertainment

Clydebank Post: Pupils at Goldenhill Primary showed off how hard they had been practising by putting on a musical spectacular for parents, grandparents, and friends.

The audience was captivated by the choir and the orchestra at the Hardgate school.

4. Provost joins pensioners for Christmas dinner

Clydebank Post: Bankies got into the spirit with a tasty Christmas dinner at Centre81.

The pensioners packed into the Whitecrook Community Centre for the event and were even joined by Clydebank’s Provost at the time Denis Agnew for their turkey and all the trimmings.

5. Memorable performance at Loch Lomond

Clydebank Post: Gavinburn Primary’s senior choir put on a memorable Christmas performance at Loch Lomond Shores.

Headteacher at the time Gillian Penny also went along to hear the pupils singing festive songs and spread some festive cheer.

Primary six pupil Cara McCombe even sang a solo.

6. Youngsters enjoy traditional Christmas games

Clydebank Post: Clydebank schoolchildren enjoyed traditional Christmas games.

The kids at Our Lady of Loretto Primary, in Dalmuir, had fun playing pass the parcel and musical chairs as they prepared for a visit from Santa Claus.