This is how Lancashire looked in 1984

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 15th November 2018, 1:51 pm
Updated Thursday, 15th November 2018, 1:59 pm
A karate presentation
A karate presentation

This week we are looking at 1984. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1984

These seven dancers are among a cast of 50 being put through their paces in rehearsal for the Preston Musical Comedy Society production of Oklahoma, which runs for a week at Preston's Charter Theatre
Permjit Jhooti and Trudy Williamson (right) won the girls doubles title in under 14 Preston Schools Badminton Tournament. Trudy also won the girls singles championship

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Sarah Pass, Juliet Parker and Ashley Morgan of Parklands High School, Chorley have the gift of the gab - and it's official. For these silver-tongued schoolgirls have won themselves a batch of silverware in a regional public speaking competition and a place in the national final in London
A rousing sing-song by a group of about 25 mothers and their children gave a helping hand to the starving millions in Ethiopia. The fund raising venture at Longton, near Preston, toddler group raised a total of 220 which will go towards the Ethiopian appeal
Four regulars of the Duke of Edinburgh pub in Deepdale Mill Street, Preston, are taking a cue to raise money for Oxfam's Ethiopian famine appeal. They will be undertaking a 48 hour pool marathon. The team (from left): Keith and Gary Canavan, Steve Wood and Ken Calvert with Oxfam district organiser Mary Smith
The start of the Preston 10-miler, organised by Preston Harriers at Ashton-on-Ribble High School. The race which, after three years, is developing into one of the most popular local 10-mile races, again attracted a large field of 1,150 runners
Back to school for English teacher Anne Rigby, who plays Barbara in The Happiest Days of Your Life, watched by Jim Saunder, Keith Klemm and David Childs. The teachers at Leyland Balshaws High School worked throughout half-term to get the farce ready as a surprise for pupils at the school