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 Wednesday, April 1, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Clydebank centenarian marks momentous birthday

Clydebank Post: [Left to right]: Provost Denis Agnew, Tina King, and Deputy Lord Lieutenant Alastair Macdonald[Left to right]: Provost Denis Agnew, Tina King, and Deputy Lord Lieutenant Alastair Macdonald (Image: Archives)A Clydebank woman was celebrating her 100th birthday.

Tina King marked the momentous occasion with friends at the former Dumbuck House Hotel.

Tina was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Provost Denis Agnew and Deputy Lord Lieutenant Alastair Macdonald.

2. Celebrating health and the environment

Clydebank Post: Pupils were tucking into tasty smoothies as part of health week.

The youngsters at Knightswood Primary welcomed Jane Cowie from Annexe Healthy Living Centre in Partick.

Jane taught pupils how to make a healthy smoothie and not only did they get to try the drinks for themselves but some of the children got to dress up as apples and strawberries in a fun-filled day.

3. Pupils raise cash for charity

Clydebank Post: Garscadden Primary pupils raised more than £200 for Marie Curie Cancer Care by holding a bake sale.

Teacher Lynne Deeney and the youngsters at the Hurleyford Avenue school handed over the cheque to Linda Mawson from the charity.

4. Spring-ing in the cash at school fair

Clydebank Post: Pupils from Our Lady of Loretto Primary, in Dalmuir, hosted a Spring fair for parents, carers, and guardians.

A whopping £2350 was raised for the school after a fun day of games, food stalls, and face painting.

5. It’s storytime

Clydebank Post: Pupils at Our Lady of Loretto Primary celebrated World Book Day by holding a school quiz.

Dressed up as their favourite book characters, the youngsters also enjoyed a storytelling session and art competitions.

Children from Dalmuir Nursery also joined in on the fun quiz, held in the school hall.

And all year groups visited the nursery to read stories to an enthralled audience of tiny tots.

6. Going bananas for Fair Trade fortnight

Clydebank Post: Fair Trade was a hot topic in the area during a fortnight dedicated to the cause.

Special visitors taught the kids at St Stephen’s Primary in Dalmuir all about Fair Trade.

The kids were allowed to ditch their uniforms for the day and learn why the movement is so important.