Who do you recognise in this photo from the 2005 Headland Childrens Christmas party?
We are in festive mood and we are heading back through the years to enjoy these merry scenes.
We dug deep into the Mail archives to find these reminders of schoolchilren putting on parties for pensioners, youth clubs having festive fun and toddlers enjoying a lovely party together.
So get browsing and take a look through our 15 Yuletide reminders.
The Hartlepool Philippine Christmas party night looked like a wonderfully festive occasion in 2007.
And get in touch if they bring back happy memories.
Staff from Hartlepool Headlands Co-op were happy to help with Christmas party funds for St Helen's Primary School and St Bega's Primary School. These St Hild's students put on entertainment, crackers and fun galore for pensioners in a Christmas party in 2005. Does this bring back memories? Pupils and staff pictured before the start of the Thornley Primary School OAP Christmas party. Remember this from two years ago? The Hartlepool Patch group is pictured holding ts Christmas party in 2004. Who do you recognise? Back to 2006 and the Shotton Colliery Sure Start Christmas party got our photographer's attention. Do you recognise anyone from the 2004 Scallywags Christmas party? Children's entertainer Mr Windbags keeps his young audience enthralled with his show at the Hartlepool Central Library Christmas party in 2005. Were you there? Staff past and present at the Walkers Crisps Christmas Party. Does this bring back memories? Going back 11 years for this scene at the Phoenix Club on the Central Estate. It shows the Central Correctors Christmas party. A 2009 view of the Christmas party at the Phoenix Centre. Sidney Gibson joined Brierton School pupils for this 1995 photo which shows students putting on a Christmas party for pensioners 24 years ago. Remember this? St Hild's pupils are pictured putting on a Christmas party for pensioners 14 years ago. All dressed up for the Scallywags party in 2004. We hope these Christmas scenes bring back happy memories. If they do, tell us more by emailing [email protected]