This is how Lancashire looked in 1971

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 2:29 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 2:33 pm
Members of Hutton Grammar School's Under 12 rugby squad, who are unbeaten this season - the only Hutton team which can claim such a fine record

This week we are looking at 1971. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1971

Harris College badminton team, winners of the Preston and District Badminton League's Third Division Knock-out Cup
Penwortham County Secondary School is crawling with rats. A nicer breed of vermin you couldn't find though. The rats are all girls at the school who are taking part in a modern drama at the school called Rats, which is loosely based on the poem The Pied Piper of Hamlin. Pictured above, from left to right, are Philip Ridsdale, Andrew Slinger and Brenda Kirk

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This group are getting ready for a sponsored walk from the Elephant and Castle in Adlington
Maree Mason (left), of Church Farm, Broughton, near Preston, who was runner-up in the Dairy Maid 1971 contest at the Lancashire Young Farmers Club Ball, held at Top Rank in Preston. She is pictured with Anne-Marie Teasnall, from Glazebury, near Warrington, who was crowned winner, and the present County Queen Margaret Bailey of Hurst Green, who is presenting Anne-Marie with her award
This threesome of Andrew Ballantyne, Martin Atkin (both 14) and Timothy Taylor (15), from Hutton Grammar School, presented their puppet show The Japanese Print at the school's art festival
Wendy Steel (left) and Caroline Palmer (right), two members of Broughton Guides who attend Penwortham Girls Grammar School, won their Queen's Guide awards and elected to take geography for their subject
A group from the Hospital Welfare Society, gathered on a float outside Deepdale Hospital, preparing for a sponsored walk