This week we take a delve through the Advertiser files to look at some of the best stories and photos from 20 years ago.

Who can you spot in these pictures from November 2003?

Ayr Advertiser: Victim

Victim Support South Ayrshire raised almost £1,600 at their annual dinner dance held in in 2003. Around 70 guests gathered at the Cariston Hotel in Miller Road for the highly successful event which featured a raffle and charity auction.

Ayr Advertiser: Ayr college

Cash seized from drug dealers in Scottish courts paid for an Ayrshire-wide event aimed at helping teenagers deal with dangerous problems they might face on a night out. The Big World project took place over two weeks in Troon’s Walker Hall and more than 1,200 pupils from every secondary school in the county attended.

Ayr Advertiser: Kyle

Kyle Academy and Belmont Academy fifth and sixth year pupils got together for a joint Hallowe’en Disco in 2003.

Ayr Advertiser: Sydney

Ayr country and western legend Sydney Devine received an MBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in November 2003 for his charity work raising funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Ayr Advertiser: Scout

Members of the 48th (Ayrshire) Dundonald Scout Group welcomed bargain hunters from the village and further afield to the Montgomerie Hall in November 2003.

Ayr Advertiser: Heathfield Primary youngstyers got tennis lessons in 2003

Pupils at Heathfield Primary got the chance to enjoy some tennis in November 2003 - thanks to Sir Cliff Richard’s Tennis Trail which visited the school and others in South Ayrshire to encourage kids to take up the sport.