This week we are looking at 1996. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know.
Horses from all over Lancashire cantered into a village for an unusual outdoor church service. Churchgoers met up for the second annual horseman's service, dedicated to giving thanks to their four-legged friends. More than 50 horses were brought along to the service at Wrea Green, which was led by the Rev Godfrey Hirst, vicar of St Cuthberts, Lytham
When the chips are down these youngsters know what's cooking. Preston scouts have named their top of the shops after running their own competition to find the finest local fryer. The children from the third Lea St Peter and Pauls troop surveyed a series of local fish and chip shops. After dishing up top marks for taste and value for the money, the champion chippie title was handed to the Happy Haddock on Plungington Road. Pictured: Some of the boys sample the chips while their scout leader hands over the award to Peter Mullin
Bemused motorists would be forgiven for thinking the thatcher might have enjoyed a night on the tiles. But the mysterious appearance of a man on the roof of this cottage in Wesham, owned by Charles Toothill, is the latest trend in the ancient art of thatching. The wacky design features a replica workman made out of thatch complete with his ladder resting on the roof. The eye-catching figure is one of a number of rooftop creations cropping up across the region
Meet Pattonia Jonah... the apple of Valentine's eye. The Poulton pair and their pal will be at the Northern Counties Chihuahua Championship in the Lowther Gardens, Lytham. Valentine is the dog on the right