This is how Lancashire looked in 1998

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 26th September 2019, 2:01 pm
Updated Thursday, 26th September 2019, 3:01 pm
Paddling for England... The Grapes raft team , landlord, Gary Wright (second left) and his crew, Jimmy Blaylock, Steve Kenyon and Tony Rowe head for last place in the raft race on the River Wyre at St Michaels. The event was part of a charity Fun Day at The Grapes pub, with proceeds going to Brian House Children's Hospice in Bispham

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Two of the soldiers from the Kings Own Royal Border Regiment, Pte Martin and Cpl Smith, with some of the youngsters John Wilson, Laura Hesketh and Sarah Birkett, who had a try on the army assault course at Lancaster Carnival
In their newly hand-built bow top gypsy caravan, Nicholas Gillett, Deborah Bilsborrow from Wesham and nephew, Curtis Clough, aged three, from Blackpool, at St Michaels Vintage and Country Show
Norman Nostril, Philip Smalley, inside a pizza during the Croston Drama Groups Youth section production of Mr Macaroni and the Exploding Pizza Pie
Peter Daniels, left, his son Alan, eleven, and Sid Westwell from the Sealed Knot as soldiers from Sir Gilbert Hoghtons Regiment who fought at the Battle of Preston in 1648 at the Grange Park lottery celebrations in Preston
Pupils from Moss Side CP School, Leyland, learn about fire safety. The pupils are from left, Sam Harwood, Rebecca Procter, Matthew Croasdale and Darris Lloyd
Charlotte Smith and her mother Lynne meet a llama at Preston Flower Fair
The Farrer family from Morecambe in Georgian dress at the Georgian Festival. From back left, clockwise, are, David, Julie, and sons Jason (7) and Christopher (9)