This is how Lancashire looked in 1993

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 22nd August 2019, 12:38 pm
Updated Thursday, 22nd August 2019, 1:38 pm
Children got their skates on as they rolled up for some wheely great fun near Chorley. The youngsters were looking to use up all their spare energy from the summer holidays in a rollerskating session at Coppull Community Leisure Centre, near Chorley

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Thousands of revellers flocked to Adlington for a carnival hailed by organisers as a roaring success. Ninety floats took advantage of the fine weather to form one of the best processions ever seen at the carnival. Pictured above: Fun on board the Adlington pubs' float
Football-mad youngsters geared up for the new season with some expert coaching in Chorley. More than 30 children have been regularly attending training sessions aimed at those just starting the sport at Chorley's All Seasons Leisure Centre. Above: Josh Marquet coaching young footballers
Tots in Chorley turned over a new leaf as they listened to a special storytime. The story-telling session at Chorley Library was aimed at budding bookworms who were all under five. Pictured above: Suresh Vaghela reads to Thomas and Catherine Hunter, James Lingard and Rebecca Southworth
When it comes to the long stretch of summer holidays, how better to keep the children entertained than by throwing a party - for the dog? The Darby family threw a party for their family dog Boswell, complete with party games and party food, and, of course, birthday cake
Favourite children's character Thomas the Tank Engine has chugged into Preston to keep youngsters entertained. Thomas, pulling five carriages, is taking youngsters and their parents on rides round the car park at Children's World, on Riversway, Preston, during the school holidays
Green youngsters have swept into action in a bid to improve the environment in a Chorley country park. More than 100 teenagers from the area are on a programme of youth action at Yarrow Valley Country Park during their summer break
This group were being interviewed for student TV