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, January 28, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Burns Day celebrations

Clydebank Post: Children from every class in Our Lady of Loretto Primary did their bit to celebrate Burns Day.

The youngsters at the Dalmuir school came together at an assembly to celebrate the Bard’s 250th anniversary.

Primaries one to three sang traditional Scottish ballads, while the older children presented readings they had prepared about Robert Burns.

2. Art group in generous donation

Clydebank Post: Generous members of the Old Kilpatrick Arts and Crafts Group raised an impressive amount of money for charity.

The group handed over a cheque for £1000 to the Elm Centre Alzheimers charity at a presentation in St Patrick’s Church Hall in Old Kilpatrick.

3. Nursery kids get special visitor

Clydebank Post: Boys and girls from Bright Beginnings Nursery in the Clydebank Business Park had a very special visitor.

Dressed to impress, Mr Fluffy popped in and spent time playing with the children.

The team from PACE theatre company also put on a show about keeping safe and what to do in various dangerous situations.

4. Nicola Sturgeon praises fitness scheme

Clydebank Post: A local school welcomed, at the time, Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon to launch a healthy living initiative.

The jogscotland scheme aimed to encourage young Scots to become more active through walking, jogging, and running programmes.

And primary seven girls from St Brendan’s Primary in Yoker showed Ms Sturgeon how they keep fit through their cooperative junior jogscotland group.

5. Numbers up for old bulbs

Clydebank Post: Bingo lovers in Clydebank got a surprise when they were visited by a 16ft light bulb.

Scottish Hydro Electric and its charity partner Sue Ryder Care set up the huge bulb at the town’s Gala Bingo, to encourage people to go green and also gave away free energy-saving light bulbs.

6. Pupils’ day of Bard work

Clydebank Post: Pupils in schools across the area celebrated the 250th anniversary of Robert Burn’s birth by holding a variety of events.

St Ninian’s Primary in Knightswood hosted a Burns assembly. The children read poems and performed a number of songs.