This is how Lancashire looked in 1977

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 2:18 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 2:25 pm
The best all-round unit in the UK, Preston 45th Unit Girls' Nautical Training Corps, shows of its coveted Mountbatten Trophy, proudly held by commanding officer, First Officer Denise Gravestock (left) and Second Officer Joyce Maxfield

This week we are looking at 1977. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1977

The St Gregory's school netball team, winners of the Preston Primary Schools tournament. Front (left to right): Suzanne Ormsby, Louise Drake, Lesley Helm, Tracey Gallagher. Back: Julie Farnworth, Jane Allen, Bridgett Barrett, Janet Holker, Julia Connolly and Mrs Suzanne Parsons
A Preston school danced its way to success at the Blackburn Dance Festival which it entered for the first time. A "Variety of Moods" modern dance sequence won the juniors - 11 to 13 years - of Winckley Square Convent, the Schools Section trophy and the seniors - over 13 years - came second with their sequence "The Four Seasons".
Youngsters from Penwortham County Secondary School have been learning road safety the hard way. For they have spent one lesson a week for the past eight months making wooden models of the Tufty family. The models were to be used for a float in the Leyland Festival
Willie Cunningham presents the West Lancashire Cup to the Preston Town Primary Schools' team, watched by Fr Michael Spencer (chairman of Preston Schools' Football Association) and young players of the successful primary schools in the league
Longridge County Secondary School have been staying behind after school since Christmas... but not for punishment. They have been rehearsing two school plays - Hip Hip Horatio! and Androcles and the Lion - to be performed by the 12 to 15 year olds at the school
The boys in the band nearly had a stroke when grandma Edith Turner took to the dance floor. And they had barely recovered from the 70-year-old's "sock it to them" performance when undulating Edith Hegney, 60, swung into action. Both ladies, from Blackpool, were battling for a season's booking as 'go-go granny' at the Royal Oak Hotel in the resort's Lytham Road
Children at Primrose Hill county primary school in Euxton voted for Juliet Nardi to be the school's Jubilee Queen. Juliet's name went in a hat with five others from the infant clases and she was picked out to be crowned. Pictured above are the children enjoying a Jubilee tea party