This is how Lancashire looked in 1978

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 9th May 2019, 2:28 pm
The junior maestros at Leyland Music Centre showed off their skills in an end-of-year concert in front of a packed audience at Broadfield School, Haig Avenue, Leyland. Pictured above, the whole orchestra warms up

This week we are looking at 1978. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1978

The junior maestros at Leyland Music Centre showed off their skills in an end-of-year concert in front of a packed audience at Broadfield School, Haig Avenue, Leyland. Pictured above, the wind section in a final rehearsal for the concert
St George's Day scout and cubs parade
Liverpool aren't the only football club celebrating cup success. These youngsters from St Leonard's Primary School carried off the Walton-le-Dale Primary Schools' six-a-side trophy. Back, from left: Derek Fearon, Mark Coughlin, Mark Button, Richard Harris. Front: Lyndon Craven, Paul Hubbersty and Charles Button
The cheerful 28-strong choristers of St Michael's and All Angels Church, Ashton, could happily render a chorus of "Pennies From Heaven" after raising almost 500 from a sponsored eight-hour marathon of hymn singing, to raise money for their parochial hall building fund
Youngsters from Walton-le-Dale High School took to the stage for their first production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado. Pictured are (left to right): Mrs Muriel Pickard, Bret Biscomb, Tom Hughes, Karen Catterall, Gillian Taylor, Karen Green and Andrew Spencer
Children from Northfold Infants School, Cleveleys, near Blackpool, visited the Wyre Council chamber of Poulton-le-Fylde to hold a mini-council meeting. But they were more concerned on whether the Mayor of Wyre knew Auntie Madge than the complexities of municipal housing
The newly formed Preston Youth Bowling team. Front, from left: Paul Newsham, Barry Sutton, John Nowell, Andrew Fairclough, Peter Hadfield, Keith Bond. Back: Philip Scott, Jimmy Turner, Thomas Ashcroft, Glen Swarbick, Mick Nelson, Stephen Halsall, Roy Hatsell (manager)
Children in Chorley enjoying themselves rehearsing for a play at Tatton Community Centre