Preston headmaster Frederick Green is pictured here with staff and pupils at Brookfield Primary School. They were gathered together for surprise celebrations to mark his selfless work at the school since it opened in 1958

This is how Lancashire looked in 1979

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1979. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1979

It was best behaviour time when pupils of Longridge County Primary School invited their grandparents to tea. The choir sang, musicians players - and a few budding gymnasts gave displays
It was best behaviour time when pupils of Longridge County Primary School invited their grandparents to tea. The choir sang, musicians players - and a few budding gymnasts gave displays
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St Mary's Schools infants fancy dress sponsored walk
St Mary's Schools infants fancy dress sponsored walk
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Clowning around is the key to success for three Fylde coast dancers. The youngsters - Karen Schwarzkachel, Anita Rigby and Julia Young - all from the Stewart Dancing Academy, won first prize in the senior cabaret trio competition with their interpretation of the hit song Send in the Clowns at the Lytham St Annes Open Stage Dance Festival at the Lowther Pavilion, Lytham
Clowning around is the key to success for three Fylde coast dancers. The youngsters - Karen Schwarzkachel, Anita Rigby and Julia Young - all from the Stewart Dancing Academy, won first prize in the senior cabaret trio competition with their interpretation of the hit song Send in the Clowns at the Lytham St Annes Open Stage Dance Festival at the Lowther Pavilion, Lytham
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Chorley Boxing Club is proving such a knock-out success that they have had to extend their gym to cope with the ever-increasing number of youngsters who want to take up the sport. The official opening ceremony of the premises in Lyons Lane, Chorley, was carried out by the Mayor Coun Bert Lowe, who afterwards presented the prizes at the club's annual presentations
Chorley Boxing Club is proving such a knock-out success that they have had to extend their gym to cope with the ever-increasing number of youngsters who want to take up the sport. The official opening ceremony of the premises in Lyons Lane, Chorley, was carried out by the Mayor Coun Bert Lowe, who afterwards presented the prizes at the club's annual presentations
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