Youngsters having fun in the pool at Chorleys All Seasons Leisure Centre open day

This is how Lancashire looked in 1997

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1997. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1997

The Mayor and Mayoress of Chorley, MP Lyndsey Hoyle  and his wife councillor Cath Hoyle with pupils of Bishop Rawstorne High School dressed in several countries traditional costumes to celebrate the official launch of the school as a language college
The Mayor and Mayoress of Chorley, MP Lyndsey Hoyle and his wife councillor Cath Hoyle with pupils of Bishop Rawstorne High School dressed in several countries traditional costumes to celebrate the official launch of the school as a language college
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Pulling for charity... Members of the local Royal National Institute for the Blind who were raising money with a charity bus pull along Morecambes promenade
Pulling for charity... Members of the local Royal National Institute for the Blind who were raising money with a charity bus pull along Morecambes promenade
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It was Brownie Day at Martin Mere Wildfowl Trust near Burscough and enjoying the fun were Hannah Palmer, Rebecca Loftus, Jennie Hunt and Emma Cashman
It was Brownie Day at Martin Mere Wildfowl Trust near Burscough and enjoying the fun were Hannah Palmer, Rebecca Loftus, Jennie Hunt and Emma Cashman
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The Lostock Hall Morris Dancers make their way in the parade during the Howick Festival, organized by the Blind Welfare Society
The Lostock Hall Morris Dancers make their way in the parade during the Howick Festival, organized by the Blind Welfare Society
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