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, March 18, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Eco Kids

Clydebank Post: Green-fingered youngsters showed off their eco credentials by planting trees around their school.

The kids at Blairdardie Primary got busy digging holes for the saplings and even had time for some fun and games while they did their bit for the environment.

2. Joggers’ cheque handover

Clydebank Post: Charitable joggers came together for their third annual awards bash.

The members of West Dunbartonshire’s jogscotland programme raised £850 for children’s charity CHAS.

The event was held at the Strathclyde Homes Stadium in Dumbarton and proved to be a huge success with more than 100 joggers in attendance to celebrate the popular programme.

3. School show success

Clydebank Post: Pupils at a Clydebank school had put in a huge amount of effort to organise their school show.

The youngsters at St Mary’s Primary in Duntocher put together a performance of Oliver for parents, school pals, and friends.

They had been rehearsing the performance for months beforehand.

4. Theatre group on fire safety

Clydebank Post: Lady of Loretto Primary pupils welcomed members of the Kickstart Theatre Company who dropped in to perform a play called ‘Choices’.

The trio of performers made up of Neil Bratchpiece, Rob Kane, and Claire Harper put on a play about fire safety in conjunction with Strathclyde Fire and Rescue.

5. Daring dentist braves charity challenge

Clydebank Post: A daring dentist got his legs waxed for Comic Relief.

Stuart Davidson who worked at Clyde Dental Practise on Kilbowie Road bravely took on the daunting task, raising £250 for the cause.

6. Pupils show off enterprise project

Clydebank Post: Pupils at Garscadden Primary could have been contenders for the Apprentice after taking part in an enterprise project.

The primary five youngsters created lots of products including Easter-themed baskets as well as cakes and biscuits which they then sold to parents and grandparents.