IN PICTURES: Relive the old days with some photos from the 1981 archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 12:31 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 6:36 pm
Karl Wells (middle) shows his Bleary school chums the trophy he won as a member of the Brownlow Trampoline Club whose under 13 team were third in the Northern Ireland School Championships in 1981. Looking on are Justin Rainer, Colin Douglas, Glenn Evans, Gareth McIlwaine and Denver Allen.
Karl Wells (middle) shows his Bleary school chums the trophy he won as a member of the Brownlow Trampoline Club whose under 13 team were third in the Northern Ireland School Championships in 1981. Looking on are Justin Rainer, Colin Douglas, Glenn Evans, Gareth McIlwaine and Denver Allen.

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Eight year old Jennifer Brown received a £100 note after winning a grand draw at Craigavon Shopping Centre in 1981. The presentation was made by UTV presenter Leslie Davies. Also pictured are Jennifer's father Tony, Craigavon Shopping Centre Manager George Harrison and Hospital Radio DJs Terry Nash, Steve Gordon and Jeff Camblin,
Mr Andy Maguire, President of the Lurgan Lions Club with winners from the sunflower competition in 1981 - Michelle Grey won a bicycle while Robert McCullough and Trevor Abraham also won prizes.
Pictured at the Craigavon New Industries Reception in 1981 are Mr Sean Hagan, Mr Bertie Robinson, Mayor Mrs Mary Simpson, Mr Adam Butler and Mr Herman Stoopman.
Warinsgtown football team pictured in 1981 after making it through the first round of the Mid-Ulster Shield
Tracey Dowey of Carrick Primary School won silver and bronze medals in the Ulster Schools' Minor Swimming Championships in 1981.
Dollingstown HPS trophy winners pictured at the prize distribution night in 1981.
Mrs EK Crawford of the local Deaf and Dumb Society received a cheque for £36 from Captain Elizabeth Quigg of First Waringstown Girl Guides in 1981. The money was raised from a car wash the Guides organised.
Members of the Lurgan and District Junior Section of the Boys' Brigade Battalion before the start of a cross country race in 1981.