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 June 17, 2009.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Image makers team up to make town DVD

Clydebank Post: A budding filmmaker teamed up with the creator of a popular website charting the town’s past for an exciting visual project.

After seeing a story about Owen McGuigan’s My Clydebank Photos site in the Post, film producer Iain McGuiness got in touch with the snapper about filming a retrospective DVD feature on the town.

Iain, who at the time had just made a music video with Glasgow-based rapper Kobi Onyame, was impressed by the nostalgic element of the shots from the late 70s and early 80s and hatched a plan to interview knowledgeable townsfolk about their recollections of the time of great upheaval for Clydebank.

2. Judy Murray makes trip to Duntocher

Clydebank Post: Tennis ace Andy Murray’s mum Judy treated some youngsters to a coaching session.

Judy Murray visited St Mary’s Primary School in Duntocher as part of the school’s health week.

3. Pupils perform special version of the Easter story

Clydebank Post: Primary five pupils from St Mary’s Primary performed a very special version of the Easter story at a school assembly.

Resurrection Rock retold the Easter story through song, dance, and drama.

4. After-school club graduation celebration

Clydebank Post: Youngsters at the Gowdie Club celebrated their move from primary to high school with a graduation evening.

The after-school club, who had just had a wild time on a five-day trip to Barcelona, had a brilliant evening and finished the night with a barbecue.

5. A new dawn for asylum champion

Clydebank Post: When she was 16, schoolgirl Emma Clifford, along with a group of her friends at Drumchapel High set up a group called the Glasgow Girls to campaign against dawn raids on asylum seekers.

Five years on in 2009 the girls were still inspiring others with their story that took them to Parliament and saw legislation changed.

At the time of publication, Emma was 20 and at university. The whole experience had left a huge impression on the Knightswood woman and during Refugee Week she shared her story of how those emotional Glasgow Girl days had affected a young girl who had never taken an interest in politics before.

6. Diamond couple celebrate anniversary

Clydebank Post: Diamond couple Manus and Frances O’Donnell celebrated 60 years of marriage with a garden party.

The pair, aged 87 and 84 years old respectively at the time, were married in Our Holy Redeemer Church in Whitecrook in 1949.