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, March 25, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Hip kids dance their way to fitness

Clydebank Post: Youngsters from Linnvale Primary were dancing their way to fitness at a charity day.

Samantha Brown, from Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, taught the pupils how to keep fit with hip-hop aerobics.

The children paid £1.50 each to take part in the event, which raised money for the century-old charity.

2. Basketball rocks thanks to professional coach

Clydebank Post: Schoolboys were getting fit with a ten-week basketball course.

The pupils from St Paul’s Primary in Whiteinch received basketball coaching and motivational talks from Scottish Rocks captain – at the time of publication – Rob Yanders at St Thomas Aquinas High.

Glasgow City Council organised the event, which has resulted in two of the youngsters being recommended for further basketball training.

3. Tots enjoy visit from Gladigator

Clydebank Post: The boys and girls from Bright Beginnings Nursery, in the Clydebank Business Park, had an educational visit from the Gladigator.

The friendly dinosaur showed the children how to brush their teeth properly and what foods are healthy to eat through songs and funny dances.

4. Over the moon with gong nod

Clydebank Post: A promising young actor had his achievements recognised after being short-listed for the 2009 Young Scot Awards.

The Post’s younger readers and their parents may have been familiar with child star Rory Elrick who starred as Fletcher Moon in the popular CBBC programme Half Moon Investigations.

The 14-year-old, at the time of publication, from Bowling had been with the Scottish Youth Theatre since the age of three and was nominated in the entertainment section.

The awards celebrated young people who had done positive things to benefit their country and communities.

5. Euroquiz success

Clydebank Post: A Clydebank primary school had come out top in a quiz about all things European.

Ten schools from across West Dunbartonshire took part in the Euroquiz and pupils from St Mary’s Primary in Duntocher were the winners, with Whitecrook Primary coming in a close second.

6. Dance lessons are a hit

Clydebank Post: Pupils at a Clydebank school were getting dance lessons from an expert.

Linda McGregor from Real Rythemz taught seven primary kids at Clydemuir Primary in Dalmuir every Friday.

Real Rythemz was a dance school that ran out of the former Clydebank Play Drome and Linda was passing on her expertise in hip hop, street dance, capoeira, podium, break dancing, and street fusion to the kids.