Do you recognise these faces from Southport in the 1980s?
We have a series of pictures here from 1983 and 1984.
Please let us know if these images bring back memories for you!
In the first photo, guests enjoy a coffee morning at St John’s Church in Crossens on 12 November 1983.
There were some impressive looking cakes on display, as well a family pack of Blue Ribands, a tin of Ambrosia Devon Custard and a tin of Blackcurrant filling.
Victoria Park in Southport, the home of Southport Flower Show, has always been a popular place for events, with some big ones taking place this year!
In 2021 people can enjoy Comedy In The Park, Southport Food and Drink Festival, UB40, Save The Rave, the British Musical Fireworks Championship and more besides.
Back on 10 June 1984 there were horses and carriages everywhere for a carriage driving event.
Southport Arts Centre on Lord Street has seen some changes over the years.
A few years ago it enjoyed a £20million transformation into The Atkinson.
In November 1983 the Oranjeboom Double Dutch were performing for visitors with a skipping rope, a hula hoop and a ghetto blaster.
Did you used to enjoy the fairs at Greaves Hall in Banks?
Visitors and their pets enjoyed an event there on 3 June 1984.
The Little Theatre, on Hoghton Street in Southport, has played host to some magnificent performances over the years.
On 19-23 June 1984, audiences enjoyed watching The Waterloo & Crosby Theatre Company production of The Pajama Game.
These models staged a Fashion Show in Southport on 19 October 1983.
Do you recognise where it was held? Or what the occasion was?
Southport used to boast a number of hospital sites in the 1980s including The Christiana Hartley Maternity Hospital, The Promenade Hospital and The Infirmary.
This picture from 20 April 1984 shows Girl Guides in Southport enjoying a visit to The Infirmary.
Were you one of the visitors? Do you remember The Infirmary?
Two lucky winners received their holiday prize from staff at Churchtown Service Station in Southport on 15 November 1983.
Members of the Sefton branch of Advanced Driving met in Southport on 10 June 1984 on cars and motorbikes.
People can still sign up to join Sefton Advanced Motorists Car & Bike today.
Timely for this time of year, with lots of new arrivals, new goslings were a delight for visitors to WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre in Burscough on 8 May 1984.