Take a trip down memory lane

St James Primary School in 1964
St James Primary School in 1964

Each week in the paper, we trawl the archives and take a trip down memory lane as we share photographs from years gone by.

This week’s photographs include members of Lisnagarvey Operatic Society pictured with awards won for Pirates of Penzance in 1994; Members of Downshire Tennis Club A team pictured in the Ulster Star back in 1985; and a teenage John Kelly (centre) and some young folk music enthusiasts pictured in about 1967 at a Folk Club held in the Red Rooster Café in Bow Street, Lisburn.

Members of Downshire Tennis Club A team pictured in the Ulster Star back in 1985

Members of Downshire Tennis Club A team pictured in the Ulster Star back in 1985

Can you spot yourself in any of this week’s photos? Or do you have any photos of your own lurking about that you would like us to share with our readers?

If you have any old photographs, post them on Facebook or email them to copydesk.ni@jpress.co.uk.

Church Lads Brigade company at its camp in Ralsay in the 1950s

Church Lads Brigade company at its camp in Ralsay in the 1950s

Railway Street Presbyterian Church Boys Brigade in 1973

Railway Street Presbyterian Church Boys Brigade in 1973

Members of Lisnagarvey Operatic Society pictured with awards won for Pirates of Penzance in 1994

Members of Lisnagarvey Operatic Society pictured with awards won for Pirates of Penzance in 1994

A teenage John Kelly (centre) and some young folk music enthusiasts pictured in about 1967 at a Folk Club held in the Red Rooster Caf� in Bow Street, Lisburn (about where Iceland is today).

A teenage John Kelly (centre) and some young folk music enthusiasts pictured in about 1967 at a Folk Club held in the Red Rooster Caf� in Bow Street, Lisburn (about where Iceland is today).