Take a trip down memory lane

Kenneth Maitland, a member of Cargycreevy Presbyterian Church Boys' Brigade, the first BB member in Northern Ireland to receive the Presidents badge. He is pictured with Rev R Diffen, captain of the company in 1969
Kenneth Maitland, a member of Cargycreevy Presbyterian Church Boys' Brigade, the first BB member in Northern Ireland to receive the Presidents badge. He is pictured with Rev R Diffen, captain of the company in 1969

There’s nothing quite like pictures from the past to bring back memories of family and friends at school or work, or teammates and rivals in sport.

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Prizewinner in the Northern Ireland Council for Orthopaedic Development's poster competition received their prizes from the Mayor Alderman James Howard in LIsburn Town Hall in 1969. The overall winner was Carolyn Anderson seated in the Mayor's chair.

Prizewinner in the Northern Ireland Council for Orthopaedic Development's poster competition received their prizes from the Mayor Alderman James Howard in LIsburn Town Hall in 1969. The overall winner was Carolyn Anderson seated in the Mayor's chair.

In the meantime, enjoy these Picks From The Past from the Ulster Star archive.

The TS Ulster shooting team from the Naval Cadet Establihsment in Lisburn in 1969 when they won the Northern Ireland Area 303 competition

The TS Ulster shooting team from the Naval Cadet Establihsment in Lisburn in 1969 when they won the Northern Ireland Area 303 competition

The Owls who won their section in the INtermediate Netball League in 1969

The Owls who won their section in the INtermediate Netball League in 1969

The Lisnagarvey Secondary Shool Minor Table Tennis team which won the cup and the league in 1969

The Lisnagarvey Secondary Shool Minor Table Tennis team which won the cup and the league in 1969