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 more than a decade ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition published on Wednesday, February 11, 2009.

1. Is three second goal fastest ever?

Clydebank Post: A teenage footballer hoped to have laid claim to the fastest goal ever after netting a wonder strike just three seconds into a game.

Bert Monti, 18 at the time of publication, took the cheeky pop at goal straight from kick-off for his team, Clydeside under-19s.

And it soared high before deceiving the opposition keeper to bounce off the bar and into the net.

The referee clocked the strike at three seconds, which was hoped to book Bert and the Clydebank-based club a place in the history books.

2. Youngsters enjoy bookfair

Clydebank Post: Eager readers buried their heads in their favourite reads at a book fair.

The youngsters at Clydemuir Primary chose from a wide variety of fact and fiction at the event hosted by Scholastic.

Lurking amongst the shelves at the Dalmuir school were books on creepy crawlies, Horrid Henry, and one bright pupil even spotted Where’s Wally.

3. Hardgate school hosts bring-and-buy sale

Clydebank Post: Pupils grabbed a bargain at their charity bring-and-buy sale.

The kind-hearted primary seven kids at Goldenhill Primary in Hardgate held the event in aid of international children’s charity UNICEF as part of their enterprise project.

The boys and girls got their hands on stuffed toys, books, games, and DVDs for the good cause, raising £640 in just 45 minutes.

4. What a tune

Clydebank Post: Pupils tuned into a cool way of learning about music when they had a visit from a digital music motivator.

Neil McCorrisken went to St Eunan’s Primary to show the Drumry primary six class how to create their own digital music tracks for a CD and design album artwork on the computer.

5. Wiz kids win prizes

Clydebank Post: Lucky kids in Clydebank won a free trip to the Science Centre after impressing the judges of Knowes Housing Association’s competition.

The Faifley school children had to show their skills in colouring in and completing a tricky word search.

Baillie McAulay, Kieran Dooley, Emma Harkin, Kirsty McCandlish, Caitlan Stuart, and Emma Stevenson were the victors.

6. Children’s Charter

Clydebank Post: A charter which aimed to give kids their say was launched.

The Children’s Charter, compiled by youngsters, lists how they should expect to be treated by adults in school, at home, and in the community.

Items include ‘we have a right to fulfil our potential and our dreams’ and ‘we want to be respected and respect others equally’.

The launch took place at Drumchapel’s Drummore School.