This is how Lancashire looked in 1995

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 7:49 pm
Updated Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 7:58 pm
Dancing duo John and Janette Sandham detested Country and Western music - until a two-week stint at a holiday camp convention changed their minds. Now the couple are bringing a taste of the latest American craze - American Line Dancing - to Preston

This week we are looking at 1995. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1995

A potentially dangerous lack of first aid knowledge among young people in Preston is being patched up by an innovative school scheme, sparked by an idea from Royal Preston Hospital casualty staff. Now 15 pupils from Fulwood High School have picked up their first aid certificates after the course. Pictured above are the pupils watching fellow student Lee Roscoe apply first aid
Woodplumpton's playgroup is 100 better off thanks to the local group of Young Farmers, who raised the cash through door-to-door carol singing at Christmas. Pictured is chairman of Woodplumpton Young Farmers, Chris Weir, with brothers Nigel, left, and Robert Ovendon, and others, at the playgroup

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Young readers at Brindle's Gregson Lane County Primary School, near Chorley, have hit the headlines after scoring a success in an Evening Post newspaper project. The successful young newshounds, pictured above, were rewarded for their efforts with Passport to Reading certificates
Pupils got a global view of the world of engineering. Youngsters at Central Lancaster High School were given a taste of the real world when an engineering roadshow hit town
Young historians in Chorley have been preparing for a cross-channel trip to take a first-hand look at the horrors of the frontline. Pupils Robert Heaton and Scot Hamer, from Southlands High School, are pictured with a Vickers machine gun
The enchanting tale of The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew is the latest annual production from Broughton CE Primary School
Pupils at West End County Primary School in Ormskirk have been finding out about the Second World War and are appealing for help to find newspapers from the wartime era. Teacher Mr Ford made the appeal and he is pictured here with his pupils, back row: Jennifer Nichols, 11, Helen McDermott, 10, Laura Horn, 10. Front row: Adam Constantine, 10, Leanne Greensmith, 11, and Shane Tate, 10