Over the past four decades the North West Firm Archive has amassed a treasure trove of footage, capturing the history of the North West.
In this video, we take a look back at hopscotch, skipping, and all those other games we played in those pre computer days.
We also catch up with a former Burnley player who became the unlikely star of a film from the 70s.
The memories we make on holiday with our families can be among the happiest and most important of all. Memories captured, not just in photos, but in films.
The North West Film Archive, which is a huge collection of films from yesteryear, is sharing some with us to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
This may not be common knowledge, but the North West has a giant treasure trove of old films, detailing the history of so many lives in this part of the world.
We're looking inside the North West Film Archive as it celebrates its fortieth anniversary.
It has thousands of films covering a huge range of topics from fairgrounds to factories to football: many were made by enthusiastic amateurs.
Here's our first report about home life: