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 ten years ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition published on Wednesday, April 15, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Farewell to dinner ladies

Clydebank Post: Two dinner ladies said a fond farewell to children they had served meals to for many years as they retired.

Jean Gaston and Margaret Moffat bowed out from St Paul’s Primary on Tuesday, March 31, 2009.

Jean had worked at the Whiteinch school for 17 years and Margaret for nine.

2. Mum’s pride at son’s Easter gift mission

Clydebank Post: A caring young Bankie helped bring smiles to hundreds of faces with a seasonal act of charity.

Scott McInnes, 10 at the time of publication, decided he wanted to hand out all his Easter eggs to a good cause rather than eat them himself.

The kind primary school pupil then wrote to the town’s Asda supermarket to ask for support and they repaid his gesture by donating 72 eggs to his cause.

Mum Margaret was bursting with pride at her son’s big-hearted drive.

3. Easter bonnets

Clydebank Post: Pupils from Corpus Christi Primary showed off their creative flair in the run-up to Easter.

The kids from the Knightswood school made special bonnets and paraded them around the school grounds in a spot of spring sunshine.

4. Spring clean-up

Clydebank Post: A team from Clydesdale Bank did their bit for the environment by hosting a clean-up.

The 80-strong group picked up litter from the Antonine Wall, just north of Drumchapel.

The World Heritage site was to feature on Clydesdale Bank’s new £50 note which would be released later in the year.

5. Schoolgirl takes table tennis world by storm

Clydebank Post: A schoolgirl was taking the table tennis world by storm.

Donna Gillan, 11, had bagged an array of trophies and medals for the sport both on her own and with her partner Lucy Elliot.

At the time, her most recent achievement had been winning the Scottish Junior Championships.

Donna was training at the Drumchapel Table Tennis Club which had become the first team outside of England to win the UK Table Tennis League in 2009.

6. Kids take their imaginations into space

Clydebank Post: Pupils from across the area were reaching for the stars recently during an extraterrestrial project.

The kids from Carleith, Whitecrook, Goldenhill, St Stephen’s, and Gavinburn primaries joined together to take part in a day when the pupils looked at everything from optical illusions to comets and from the solar system to the amazing properties of salt.

Organised with the help of the Glasgow University Physics and Astronomy Department, all the children involved learned plenty of exciting and interesting facts.