This week we go back 15 years to look at some of the best South Ayrshire photos from September 2008.

Who can you spot in these pictures from the Ayr Advertiser files?

Ayr Advertiser: Skydiving teachers Jane and Kimberley

Two Girvan teachers took to the sky to jump 10,000 feet and raise £1000 to build a sensory garden in their school. Invergarven School’s acting head teacher Jane Gordon, pictured, left and teacher Kimberley Keenan both sky-dived for the first time.

Ayr Advertiser: Burns Cottage got a new thatched roof in 2008

Burns’ Cottage got a make over to spruce it up in time for the bards’ 250th birthday celebrations. An expert team of thatchers recently helped replace the roof of the Alloway building.

Ayr Advertiser: The McDonald Brothers were heading to Oz

Ayr pop duo The MacDonald Brothers were jetting off to Australia and Asia to promote their new album. They were set to perform at the biggest Celtic festival in Oz - and fans could watch footage uploaded by Craig and Brian themselves onto their own website every day. The trip came just eight weeks after the release of their fourth album ‘With Love’.

Ayr Advertiser: Scouts at camp in Alloway

Nether Auchendrane Girl Guides Outward Bound Centre, near Alloway, was the backdrop for 2008 summer camps, with guides and scouts from all over South Ayrshire headed for the beautiful location.

Ayr Advertiser: Struthers cheque handover

Pupils at Struthers Primary in Troon invited Jim McGuffie of Troon Rotary Club along to morning assembly. Jim was delighted to accept a cheque for £168 to help purchase a wheelchair. Rachel Brown, Lucy Hood and Matthew Brisbane made the presentation on behalf of their fellow pupils

Ayr Advertiser: Straiton Gala Day 2008

People of all ages enjoyed the 2008 Straiton fun day that took place in the sunshine. Among the many youngsters that enjoyed a great day out were these fancy dress competitors.