Young Mark Winstanley's colouring skills won him first prize in a police-run competition. He come out tops in the annual "never go with a stranger" contest. Mark, a fourth form pupil at Queen's Drive Primary school in Fulwood, Preston, won a certificate for himself and a shield for the school. He is pictured receiving his prize from Supt Ron Harrison, who is second in command of Preston Division

This is how Lancashire looked in 1984

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1984. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1984

Youngsters taking part in Catterall Gala
Youngsters taking part in Catterall Gala
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A Welsh singer brought a song to the streets of Preston at the start of the town's Shopping Week. The Fishergate branch of the Woolworth store invited Bryn Yemm to spend a morning promoting his latest record. He also urged passers-by to join in a range of gospel and other popular songs
A Welsh singer brought a song to the streets of Preston at the start of the town's Shopping Week. The Fishergate branch of the Woolworth store invited Bryn Yemm to spend a morning promoting his latest record. He also urged passers-by to join in a range of gospel and other popular songs
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Jane Martin, 10, and Kevin Rydeheard, six, present a 220 cheque to Mrs Pat Buckley, appeals organiser for the Royal National Institute for the Blind, at Pool House School, Ingol. Each child in the school raised at least 1 for the charity
Jane Martin, 10, and Kevin Rydeheard, six, present a 220 cheque to Mrs Pat Buckley, appeals organiser for the Royal National Institute for the Blind, at Pool House School, Ingol. Each child in the school raised at least 1 for the charity
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The Neptune "nutters" have a head start when it comes to madcap capers. And to prove it, two regulars of the Preston pub on Strand Road had a hair-raising experience - all in aid of charity. Fitter Ian Walsh and Martin Kirkham, a poultry processor, had their beards shaved off by Preston's Festival Queen, hairdresser Julie Shorrock
The Neptune "nutters" have a head start when it comes to madcap capers. And to prove it, two regulars of the Preston pub on Strand Road had a hair-raising experience - all in aid of charity. Fitter Ian Walsh and Martin Kirkham, a poultry processor, had their beards shaved off by Preston's Festival Queen, hairdresser Julie Shorrock
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