This is how Lancashire looked in 1989

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Tuesday, 18th December 2018, 11:16 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th December 2018, 11:18 am
Preston scouts keeping warm (from right) Peter Nickson, Mark Ashurst, Steven Howie, Christopher McGuill and Raymond Long. The scouts were taking part in the spectacular annual Torchlight Parade in Preston town centre

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Caring pupils at All Hallows RC School, Penwortham, raised 400 for Wythenshawe Hospital's New Heart, New Start appeal by emptying their pockets and collecting 20,000 2p pieces. Pictured are Anthony Ward, James Sandwell and Peter McCann with the bags full of 2p pieces
Little Samantha Grayston (centre) was lost for words when she took part in her nursery school nativity play. Samantha, four, and her lamb were two of the attractions in the play at St Joseph's nursery unit, Rigby Street, Preston
Youngsters at Royal Preston Hospital went football crazy when their favourite players called in to see them. The children could hardly believe their eyes when the Preston North End players dropped in to bring them festive greetings. And there was plenty of clowning around with midfielder Steve Harper (above) dressed as Michael Jackson for the day
Young Rachel Hargreaves have the thumbs up to a bumper cheque being presented to her Elswick Playgroup. The cheque for 500, given on behalf of Learn Through Play with Pre-school Playgroups Association and Kia-Ora, will help pay for trips for Rachel, three, and her friends
Fond memories of a friend who died from cystic fibrosis sparked off a fundraising effort which collected 854. The death of Marjorie McStravock, formerly of Preston, days before her 20th birthday, prompted Wendy Smith to organise a sponsored swim to raise money for research into the disease. Majorie's family, who helped raise money for the appeal, attended the presentation of a TV and the cheque to the nurses on the ward
Staff from Preston firm Building Design Partnership braved the chilly December weather to run the Turkey Trot to raise money for the local branch of Mind. Organisers hope that the run, which went twice around Moor Park and covered 3.6 miles, will have raised at least 150
After 33 years as a teacher, Mr Charles Davies has one ambition for his retirement - to have the chance to do nothing. Mr Davies, 57, has been the headteacher at Holme Slack County Primary, Preston, for 19 years and previously served as deputy head at Larches Primary School from 1964 to 1970 and as a teacher at Greenlands Primary from 1956. He is pictured (centre) celebrating with colleagues