Were you making blankets for charity at Herrington Brownies or rowing for all your worth in the Durham Regatta?
Did you get along to the Argyle House School Fair or go shopping in the Sunderland Market Square?
Do you remember the early days of this well-known factory or get praise for your perfect teeth?
Take a look at these photographs and they will hopefully bring back memories.
1. Fun on the river
Durham Regatta has been a part of the North East calendar for at least 185 years. Here's a scene from the 1985 event. But which traditional events are your favourites from Wearside and County Durham? Email [email protected]
2. Hard at work
A new £1million production line started at Grundfos Manufacturing in Sunderland and here are some of the workers on it.
One of Europe's most advanced pump producers, Grundfos had only been open for five years in Sunderland when this photograph was taken, but it was already making its mark even back then when it was chosen to be the sole manufacturing centre.
3. A bustling scene
Sunderland's Market Square looks like a hive of activity in this 34-year-old scene.
4. Anyone for a burger?
Beefburgers were on the menu at the Argyle House School fair in Sunderland. Pictured serving up some tasty fare are former pupil Mark Gibson, left, and Neil Johnson.