Party time! Let's get festive with these retro reminders of Christmas parties in South Tyneside

Get your glad rags on for a look back at fun-filled Christmas parties in South Tyneside in times gone by.

Tuesday, 17th December 2019, 4:45 pm
Youngsters are pictured enjoying a 2013 Christmas party at William Sutton Hall. Does this bring back memories?
Youngsters are pictured enjoying a 2013 Christmas party at William Sutton Hall. Does this bring back memories?

We are in festive mood and we are heading back through the years to enjoy these merry scenes.

We dug deep into the Gazette 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.

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Who remembers this 2005 Christmas party at Boldon Village Hall?

And get in touch if they bring back happy memories.

Back to 2006 for this view of the Infant Nativity and Christmas party at Seaview Primary School. Do you recognise anyone in the picture?
Look at the fun they were having at the 2005 Hebburn Library 'Jiggle and Wiggle Group' Christmas party.
Hebburn Library's Christmas party got loads of interest from local youngsters. Remember this?
They said hello to Santa at the 2003 parents and toddlers group from St Margaret's. Recognise anyone you know?
Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall joined youngsters at Cancer Connections children's Christmas party, in 2014 - and so did Santa Claus.
Receptionists and staff at Flagg Court had one last party in 2006 before its closure. Does this bring back memories?
Going back ten years for this view of the Jarrow Childrens Centre parent and toddlers Christmas party.
Young People from Horsley Hill organised a Christmas party for pensioners at South Shields Fire Station. Remember this scene from eight years ago?
Students from Hebburn School made sure it was a merry Christmas for pensioners when they laid on a party 12 years ago. Were you there?
The Highfield Infants School Nativity and Christmas party got our photographer's attention in 2005. Recognise anyone?
The Ocean Road Community Association Over-50s Club had great fun at their Christmas party in 2004.
Boldon School's annual senior citizens Christmas party and look who come along to join in the fun.
Here's a scene from the Whitburn Village Primary School Infant Nativity and Christmas party.
We hope these scenes bring back happy memories. If they do, email [email protected] and tell us more.