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 May 27, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Lottery win served up to catering staff

Clydebank Post: The lucky catering staff at Kilbowie Primary had bagged a substantial lottery win.

The team played in a syndicate each week and it had finally paid off with them landing a prize just short of £50,000.

Shared out between the eight women, each took home around £6000.

2. Family chosen to front national campaign

Clydebank Post: A Scotstoun family were chosen to front a national campaign to get active and eat healthily.

The Lappin family were selected to lead the initiative after impressing bosses at Italian food giant Dolmio with their entry which included tasty recipe ideas and examples of how they get active as a family.

They were one of six families across the UK who would appear in popular lifestyle magazines charting their progress on the health trail.

3. Choir hits the right note

Clydebank Post: Clydebank Ladies Choir sang their way to success at the Glasgow Music Festival.

The group, which at the time was led by conductor Lynn McDermott with accompanist Marie Bett, performed two pieces.

These included ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ and the lively ‘All That Jazz’ from Chicago.

The ladies must have hit all the right notes as the choir was awarded second place within their section.

4. Pupils come up with litter fix

Clydebank Post: The pupils at the former St Columba’s High came up with a solution to a litter problem in their school.

There were problems with plastic bottles being left in classrooms and in other places around the school so the first-year pupils created special recycling bins to collect all the bottles.

Angela Labo, Chana Taylor, Sophie Traynor, April Hunter, Chloe Meddan, Meghan Cary, Nicole Bonner, and Steven Messinger were all involved in the project which at the time had collected around 500 bottles.

5. Big-hearted Bankies in donation to children’s hospital

Clydebank Post: Clydebank Football Club made a donation to sick children.

Players and officials visited Yorkhill Children’s Hospital in Glasgow to mark the generous gesture ahead of the team’s Scottish Junior Cup Final against Auchinleck Talbot at Rugby Park.

The trip had special significance for striker Charlie Hobbs, who had rushed his son to the facility when he had a health scare at age three.

6. Shopping centre hosts parade

Clydebank Post: Fans of Clydebank Football Club got together for a parade to boost the spirits of the players ahead of the Scottish Junior Cup Final.

A piper led the march through Clyde Shopping Centre – the team’s sponsor – and was joined by a mascot, manager Budgie McGhie and captain Gary Lynn as well as a number of supporters.