This is how Lancashire looked in 1972

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 28th March 2019, 4:15 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th March 2019, 4:19 pm
More than 250 children from Garstang and district schools brought a cosmopolitan flavour in their traditional music festival with folk songs from all over the world. The festival is held every two years in the main hall of Garstang County Secondary School. Here they are in rehearsal

This week we are looking at 1972. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1972

Victoriana - with its characteristic inventions, customs, society and dress - has come alive for children at the Royal Cross School for the Deaf, in Preston. Pictured above are Alan Stewart and Gail Bushell buying a gingerbread man from Julie Brown
After beating AHCID Dynamos in the Harris College five-a-side Knockout Final, TJR Celtic received the Wilkinson Trophy. The team was comprised Nick Duffy, Ken Raby, Dave Cornwell, Peter Jones, Pete Harris and Steve Towler

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Ten years after its formation, the Preston and District Productivity Association is making a strong bid to break away from dependence on Government money. To help in its efforts, it had a visit from the recently-appointed chief executive officer of the British Productivity Council, Mr W McLenaghan, where he was presented with a Guild souvenir
Chorley Grammar School girls at Astley Park
Guests and officials at Preston Grasshoppers annual dinner at the Bull & Royal in Preston
Pictured during the dress rehearsal for the CADOS production of Follow That Girl at the Little Theatre, Chorley, are (from left to right): Brian Frankland, Wyn Tootell, Chris Norris, Marjorie Howarth, Jonathon Lawton, Harry Blundell, Margaret Lowe and Brian Gregory
The cub scouts of St Oswald's, Preston, take their camp fire singing seriously and they will need plenty of practice over the next two years if they are to hang on to the trophy they collected at the musical "cuboodle" for North West Lanashire cubs at Penwortham Secondary School