Take a trip down memory lane

The Tullygally primary School infant choir who in 1981 won the Ferguson Cup at the Portadown Music Festival. Mrs Barbara Holden and Mrs Joan Mitchell were in charge.
The Tullygally primary School infant choir who in 1981 won the Ferguson Cup at the Portadown Music Festival. Mrs Barbara Holden and Mrs Joan Mitchell were in charge.

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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In 1981 Clenndinnings factory in Victoria Street wasted no time when Prince Charles announced his engagement to Lady Diana Spencer. They quickly produced a commemorative tea towell designed by Myrtle Wilson.

In 1981 Clenndinnings factory in Victoria Street wasted no time when Prince Charles announced his engagement to Lady Diana Spencer. They quickly produced a commemorative tea towell designed by Myrtle Wilson.

In the meantime, enjoy these Picks From The Past from the Lurgan Mail archive.

In 1984,Sylvia Burns presented trophies to Trio Cup pool teams (from left) Freddie Calvert, Ronnie Wilson and Ian Leathem of Glenavon, and Trevor Edwards, Paul and Michael Toman of Tullygally.

In 1984,Sylvia Burns presented trophies to Trio Cup pool teams (from left) Freddie Calvert, Ronnie Wilson and Ian Leathem of Glenavon, and Trevor Edwards, Paul and Michael Toman of Tullygally.

The Glenavon White and Legahory pool teams in the 1984 Barrie B Challenge Shield: Steven Topping, Barrie Bradbury, Wilf Cranston (all Glenavon), Davy Brown (Legahory), Kenny Gracey (Glenavon), Micky Sherry (Legahory), Clifford Craig (Glenavon), Laurence Turner and Joe Scullion (both Legahory).

The Glenavon White and Legahory pool teams in the 1984 Barrie B Challenge Shield: Steven Topping, Barrie Bradbury, Wilf Cranston (all Glenavon), Davy Brown (Legahory), Kenny Gracey (Glenavon), Micky Sherry (Legahory), Clifford Craig (Glenavon), Laurence Turner and Joe Scullion (both Legahory).

Moira Girls' Brigade junior team who took part in a district games competition in 1984.

Moira Girls' Brigade junior team who took part in a district games competition in 1984.

Lurgan Inner Wheel president Sandra Boyd presents NI Hospice appeals officer Gerry Power with a donation in 1984, with secretary Anne Millar, vice-president Betty Patterson and Paddy Murray, treasurer.

Lurgan Inner Wheel president Sandra Boyd presents NI Hospice appeals officer Gerry Power with a donation in 1984, with secretary Anne Millar, vice-president Betty Patterson and Paddy Murray, treasurer.