These were some of the youngsters aged between seven and 11 years who took part in the Bamber Bridge leisure centre It's a Knockout tournament, with Andrew Smith (centre) who unluckily couldn't take part due to breaking his wrist

This is how Lancashire looked in 1987

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1987. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1987

The triumphs of All Hallows RC High School in the South Ribble Schools Athletics Championships are turning into a long-running saga. The Penwortham school made it four overall wins in succession when they took the honours in this year's championships. The athletics team are pictured with their trophies
The triumphs of All Hallows RC High School in the South Ribble Schools Athletics Championships are turning into a long-running saga. The Penwortham school made it four overall wins in succession when they took the honours in this year's championships. The athletics team are pictured with their trophies
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Miss Jennie Lee of the South Preston appeals branch of the Guide Dogs for the Blind, receives a cheque from Anita Noblett and the children of Moorfield school, Preston
Miss Jennie Lee of the South Preston appeals branch of the Guide Dogs for the Blind, receives a cheque from Anita Noblett and the children of Moorfield school, Preston
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The patter of three score tiny feet echoed around  Hoghton, near Preston, as the village's pre-school youngsters set off on a sponsored toddle. The effort by the Gregson Lane mother and toddler group is likely to bring in up to 150. Around 30 youngsters, some pictured above, walked around the Gregson Lane cricket pitch three times. The cash will be used to buy equipment for the group, with some possibly going to the community centre
The patter of three score tiny feet echoed around Hoghton, near Preston, as the village's pre-school youngsters set off on a sponsored toddle. The effort by the Gregson Lane mother and toddler group is likely to bring in up to 150. Around 30 youngsters, some pictured above, walked around the Gregson Lane cricket pitch three times. The cash will be used to buy equipment for the group, with some possibly going to the community centre
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