Join us as we take a trip down memory lane to reminisce about what was happening in Clydebank 15 years ago.

We have delved into the Post's archives to pick out some stories from more than 10 years ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition published on Wednesday, May 20, 2009.

1. Grandad makes it through X-Factor auditions 

Clydebank Post: A Clydebank singer was set to enter the singing competition television programme 15 years ago.

John Cowie, 75, breezed through three rounds of auditions in front of a panel of industry experts along with singing partner Joanna MacAskill.

They were now waiting to see if they would make it to television where they would potentially be judged by Simon Cowell.

2. Clydebank college hosts sports camp

Clydebank Post: The college welcomed more than 60 children to its free sports camp. Run by the HND Sports Coaching and Development students, youngsters aged nine to 12 took part in sports such as football, badminton, basketball and dance classes over the two weeks.

3. £3.5million funding for Riverside Museum

Clydebank Post: Clydebank's Riverside Museum received a funding boost of £3.5million, comprising of a public garden and business park.

4. Band records tune ahead of Junior Cup final

Clydebank Post: Someone’s Sons, a four-piece group from Drumry and Parkhall, hit the recording studio to produce the song Clydebank Forever to soundtrack the team's remarkable run to the Junior Cup final.

5. Sun shone on pipers

Clydebank Post: Clydebank Pipe Band entertained thousands as part of the 100 Pipers Scottish Pipe Band Championships — but it went home without a medal.

6. Shop celebrates anniversary 

Clydebank Post: A Clydebank clothes store celebrated its first birthday in style by holding a prize draw.

Three £50 vouchers were up for grabs in the Bon Marche raffle and Mrs Robson, from Parkhall, Elizabeth Docherty, from Linnvale, and Lorna Laird, from Clydebank, were the lucky winners.