IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Times’ archive

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

Friday, 26th February 2021, 7:18 am

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

More every week in the Larne, Carrick and Newtownabbey Times.

Here are some from 2010

1Some of the younger kids who took part in the Larne and Inver Primary School Children in Need Day . INLT 47-362-PR

If you have any old photographs that you would like to share with our readers, we would love to hear from you.

Do you have photographs from school? Maybe a sports team you played on? Or a special event that was a special memory?

We would love to see them. Send any old photographs, together with any details you have about the photo, to [email protected] and we will use as many as we can in the paper.

*Note: Some pictures may have been cropped for web publication purposes.

P4 pupils at the Larne and Inver Primary School Children in Need Day . INLT 47-356-PR

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Some Primary 6 and 7 pupils at the Larne and Inver Primary School Children in Need Day. INLT 47-354-PR

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Principal of Moyle Primary School Mr Garrett pictured with primary 7 pupils having breakfast at the school before travelling to Larne Grammar School to sit the AQE entrance exam. INLT 46-001-PSB-EXAM

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Ryan Horner (Deputy Head Boy), Lewis Campbell (Deputy Head Boy), Ross McFall (Head Boy) along with Ashleigh Brown (Head Girl), Zoe Lockhart (Deputy Head Girl) and, Chelsea Kirk (Deputy Head Girl) take up their new post at Ballyclare Secondary School. NT39-082FP
Ballyclare Secondary School's recently elected Prefects for the 2010/2011 School year. NT39-077FP
Ballyclare Secondary School's Youth Club and Sunny Lands Youth Club from Carrickfergus are both setting off for a camping trip to Tullymore Forest after securing funding from Chain Reactions Cycles in Doagh and also NEELB. Youth Club Leader, Jennifer Howell, who along with all the members of the two Youth Clubs, will be spending the six nights under canvas and everyone would like to thank everyone for the funding which made the trip possible. NT32-054FP
Steven Livingstone present awards to Jack Rainey, Conor Dargan and Michael Warwick during the Nutty Krust IFA Soccer School which was held at Ballyclare Secondary School. NT31-008FP
Woodlawn Primary School picks up a Health Action silver award. Pictured at the Health Action Awards presentation event are compere Stephen Watson from the BBC, teacher Marianne Rea, pupil Adam Stewart, principal Stewart Bryans, pupil Sophie Griffith, Emily Magrath from Action Cancer and Centra brand manager Nicky Kelly. ct42-722-con
Mrs Helen Hamilton's primary one class at Woodlawn Primary School. ct36-003tc
Mr Matthew Best's primary one class at Woodlawn Primary School. ct36-002tc
Woodlawn Primary School primary 7 pupils 2009-10. ct24-020tc
Woodlawn Primary School pupils at the launch of the school’s Streetwise circus skills workshop. CT14-031tc