Mr Peter Healey of Bradshaws Motor House, hands over the keys of a new school minibus to headmaster Mr Pearce, watched by Mr David Saul, PTA chairman (left), Canon David Rees, Mr Mike Slater, PTA secretary and some of the pupils at Priory High School in Penwortham

This is how Lancashire looked in 1981

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1981. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1981

Lines learnt, voices pitched, costumes made and props crafted - all that remains is for the curtain to go up on Preston St Augustine's youth club's annual panto. This year, it's the youngsters' version of Jack and the Beanstalk
Lines learnt, voices pitched, costumes made and props crafted - all that remains is for the curtain to go up on Preston St Augustine's youth club's annual panto. This year, it's the youngsters' version of Jack and the Beanstalk
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What is thought to be part of an Ice Age relic found on Marton Moss farm is being put to a modern use. This farm fencepost is one of many made out of an old oak tree which was recently dug up at Mr Albert Jackson's Cropper Farm in Cropper Road. Farm assistant Roy Smith, of Leyland Lane, Leyland, is pictured holding one of the bog oak fenceposts
What is thought to be part of an Ice Age relic found on Marton Moss farm is being put to a modern use. This farm fencepost is one of many made out of an old oak tree which was recently dug up at Mr Albert Jackson's Cropper Farm in Cropper Road. Farm assistant Roy Smith, of Leyland Lane, Leyland, is pictured holding one of the bog oak fenceposts
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It seems highly appropriate that a town planned primarily as a paradise for escapism and a shrine to show business - Blackpool - that a stooped but still sprightly giant of the entertainment industry retains a link with the world of magic - a world over which he once reigned as monarch. Now 79, Norman Murray Carrington-Walters - who found world fame styled quite simply as Murray - runs a tiny magic mart tucked away in Blackpool's Cookson Street
It seems highly appropriate that a town planned primarily as a paradise for escapism and a shrine to show business - Blackpool - that a stooped but still sprightly giant of the entertainment industry retains a link with the world of magic - a world over which he once reigned as monarch. Now 79, Norman Murray Carrington-Walters - who found world fame styled quite simply as Murray - runs a tiny magic mart tucked away in Blackpool's Cookson Street
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Holy Cross High School netball team got in some useful practice for their big test in two months time when the finished runners-up in the Schools Knockout Tournament the Guild Hall in Preston. Chorley's Holy Cross were beaten 6-5 in the final by Blackburn's Billinge High School, who won the tournament last year
Holy Cross High School netball team got in some useful practice for their big test in two months time when the finished runners-up in the Schools Knockout Tournament the Guild Hall in Preston. Chorley's Holy Cross were beaten 6-5 in the final by Blackburn's Billinge High School, who won the tournament last year
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