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, May 6 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Clydebank High pupils bury time capsule

Clydebank Post: Students at Clydebank High buried a time capsule on the site of their soon-to-be-built new school.

They were joined by the then West Dunbartonshire provost Denis Agnew and councillor Iain Robertson.

Pupils buried a box of memories on the land of the multi-million-pound site that opened in August of 2009.

2. Prize pooch finds a homeClydebank Post:

Tara, a Border Collie-Pointer, acted as a surrogate mum to four abandoned rottweiler puppies brought into Milton Animal Home at the time.

Owner Barbara Bell had originally wanted one of the young dogs before being drawn to Tara.

She waited for the pooch to finish feeding the surrogates before taking her home.

3. Students donate enterprise cash 

Clydebank Post: Enterprising pupils at Garscadden Primary School handed over their hard-earned cash to charity.

Primary 5 students held a fair for parents and grandparents and raised over £200 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Linda Mawson from the charity was on hand to collect the cheque from Lynne Deeney and the pupils.

4. Celebration of Sri Lankan culture

Clydebank Post: A community experienced a cultural explosion with the celebration of the Sri Lankan New Year.

The Scotlanka Network marked the event by holding a festival at St David’s Church hall in Knightswood.

As well as games and a fancy dress competition, there was also a cultural show which featured various performances, including singing and dancing.

5. Lucky shopper scoops prize 

Clydebank Post: Philip Liddle picked up a £250 Thomas Cook voucher after entering a prize draw in Sainsbury's.

The competition was held in conjunction with Fruizter.

6. Youngsters have a bucket full

Clydebank Post: Youngsters had a bucket full of laughs at Skypoint’s fun day.

The Faifley facility had plenty of activities to keep the wee kids — and big kids — amused.

As well as wet sponge throwing, Freddie Whizz led the kids in a Cha Cha Slide lesson and there was a bouncy castle.