A foreign food evening held in Walton-le-Dale

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

Christmas is coming... and the budgies on a Lancashire farm are getting fat. But there won't be any of these flighty types heading for the oven - for the budgies, parrots, quails, cockatiels and canaries at the Fylde Foreign Bird Farm at Blackpool are strictly for the eyes only. Pictured here is manager Nigel Wild with some of the parakeets
Christmas is coming... and the budgies on a Lancashire farm are getting fat. But there won't be any of these flighty types heading for the oven - for the budgies, parrots, quails, cockatiels and canaries at the Fylde Foreign Bird Farm at Blackpool are strictly for the eyes only. Pictured here is manager Nigel Wild with some of the parakeets
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Christmas shoppers in Preston got a real treat when hundreds of school children turned out to entertain them. And the choirs also put on a performance for the town's Mayor and Mayoress, Coun Dennis and Jean Kehoe. Picture showsNewman College Choir at the Town Hall, watched by the Mayoress and Deputy Mayoress, Mrs Janetta Tayor
Christmas shoppers in Preston got a real treat when hundreds of school children turned out to entertain them. And the choirs also put on a performance for the town's Mayor and Mayoress, Coun Dennis and Jean Kehoe. Picture showsNewman College Choir at the Town Hall, watched by the Mayoress and Deputy Mayoress, Mrs Janetta Tayor
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Penwortham policeman Sgt Malcolm Watson's long arm of the law has embraced a scout group for six years - and now they have rewarded him with a special 'medal'. Members of the 2nd Longton St Andrew's Air Scouts (Hunter Group) presented Sgt Watson with a 'thanks' badge for his dedicated work. He is pictured here surrounded by grateful troop members
Penwortham policeman Sgt Malcolm Watson's long arm of the law has embraced a scout group for six years - and now they have rewarded him with a special 'medal'. Members of the 2nd Longton St Andrew's Air Scouts (Hunter Group) presented Sgt Watson with a 'thanks' badge for his dedicated work. He is pictured here surrounded by grateful troop members
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Three girls organised their own Christmas card postal service at St Albans High School, Chorley to help raise cash for the local mayor's charity, Children in Need... and it got the civic stamp of approval at a reception in Chorley town hall. Picture shows the mayor receiving the money from the girls (from left) Amanda Darbyshire, Amanda Daley and Lynne Derbyshire. Looking on is the school headmaster Mr Keith Banks
Three girls organised their own Christmas card postal service at St Albans High School, Chorley to help raise cash for the local mayor's charity, Children in Need... and it got the civic stamp of approval at a reception in Chorley town hall. Picture shows the mayor receiving the money from the girls (from left) Amanda Darbyshire, Amanda Daley and Lynne Derbyshire. Looking on is the school headmaster Mr Keith Banks
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