Join us as we take a trip down memory lane to look at what was happening in the area 10 years ago.

We delved into the Barrhead News archives to pick out some of the stories from over a decade ago.

Here are some photographs from our edition which was published on Wednesday, March 26, 2014.

Do you remember these stories or spot any familiar faces?

1. Kids get all aboard to spruce up train station

Barrhead News: Barrhead High pupils brought a touch of colour to Barrhead train station as they worked with police, charities and local gardening businesses to make the platform look blooming marvellous. 

2. Maths book firm counts up the years

Barrhead News: A Barrhead company celebrated two decades in business with a big birthday bash in Fereneze Golf Club. After their conception 20 years previously, more than 90 per cent of primary schools in Scotland had adopted the firm as their default textbook supplier. Brothers John and Tom Strang cut the cake to celebrate with family and friends.

3. Engineering challenge day for S2 pupils

Barrhead News: St Luke’s pupils were tasked with designing and building a suspension bridge that could carry a 40-tonne lorry. Pupils working in teams, designed and built a strong bridge in record time using computer simulations and a mock budget. 

4. Specs workers have a heart for good cause

Barrhead News: A Barrhead opticians raised vital funds for the British Heart Foundation by hosting a Ramp Up The Red fundraising day. As part of the charity’s national awareness month, staff at Specsavers Barrhead donned red for a day of fun and fundraising in aid of the charity. 

5. Arthurlie notch crucial first home league win

Barrhead News: Arthurlie recorded their long-awaited first home league win of the season with an impressive 4-1 victory over Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. Goals from Ryan McGregor, Kyle Rafferty and a Paul Stewart double secured the points. 

6. Pupils dress to impress for World Book Day

Barrhead News: These characterful youngsters really got into the swing of things at Carlibar Primary for World Book Day. Our photographer was on hand to capture the magic as pupils got into the literary spirit.