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 is how Lancashire looked in 1978

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

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
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
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St George's Day scout and cubs parade
St George's Day scout and cubs parade
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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
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
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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
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
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