Taking a nostalgic look at Christmas in Hebburn - how many scenes do you recognise?

Let’s get festive with some lovely reminders of Hebburn at Christmas over the years.

Sunday, 8th December 2019, 4:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 9:53 am
Hebburn St Oswald's C of E Primary School held their Christmas Nativity called 'Donkey For Sale' 14 years ago. Does this bring back memories?
Hebburn St Oswald's C of E Primary School held their Christmas Nativity called 'Donkey For Sale' 14 years ago. Does this bring back memories?

We delved into the Gazette archives to find these scenes which include Nativities, Christmas lights, and fun-filled parties.

But how many of these scenes do you remember?

Take a look and tell us more.

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Look at the fun they were having at the Hebburn Christmas lights switch-on six years ago.
Pupils from Hebburn Comprehensive School were pictured serving up Christmas dinner to 180 pensioners eight years ago. Were you a part of it?
The Hebburn St Oswald's C of E Christmas Nativity in 2004. Doesn't it look great?
The Hebburn mission to take vital supplies to Belarus was pictured in 2014. Take a look at this Operation Christmas Child scene.
The Hebburn Comprehensive School Christmas lunch for older people is pictured in 2015.
Here's a scene from a Christmas extravaganza at Hebburn Comprehensive two years ago. Remember this?
Who do you recognise in this 2005 view of the Toner Avenue Primary School Nativity?
Hebburn Library's Jiggle and Wiggle Group got our photographer's attention in this 2005 picture which shows the group's Christmas party.
Were you pictured singing along to the carols at the 2013 Hebburn Christmas lights switch-on?
Who remembers this Christmas football tournament at Hebburn Comprehensive School in 2012?
Saint Aloysius RC Junior School pupils are pictured singing along to the Christmas carols at the 2004 switching on of the Hebburn Christmas lights.
Families enjoy the Hebburn Helps Christmas party at St Aloysius Church Hall in 2017.
A lovely view of spectators at the switching on of the Hebburn Christmas lights in 2013. Are you in the picture?
Operation Christmas Child in action at Hebburn College in 2004.
Do these photos bring back happy memories? To tell us more, email [email protected]