OMG Who remembers these

candies -whistle pop- one of the coolest suckers. It sucked when you got one the whistle pop was broke :(

Whistle Pops

candies -whistle pop- one of the coolest suckers. It sucked when you got one the whistle pop was broke :(

Old Vintage Dentyne Gum Packs

Old Vintage Dentyne Gum Packs. I used to get through packs of the red, cinnamon flavoured Dentyne gum :)

Marathon

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

1968 Marathon came to the UK courtesy of Forrest Mars Sr estranged from the family business in the States - but free to adapt the recipes for European tastes

Over 600 retro sweets available from SweetFactore.co.uk ! http://www.sweetfactore.co.uk/retro-sweets-101-c.asp

Toffos were chewy toffee sweets that came in several versions. A standard toffee flavoured version, assorted mixed flavours and a mint one. The mixed pack contained banana, chocolate, strawberry and toffee.

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The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Old Jamaica Cadbury chocolate bar launched in 1970.

Old Jamaica chocolate bars launched in Dads favourite when I was a child, much better than the copies nowadays!

I loved this gum! They had a cinnamon one too.

Spearmint Gum Freshen-up with juicy center of breath fresheners

Soft centre fruit sweets...my maternal grandmother always had some in the cupboard (1950 - 56) in Nelson Road, Chingford.

These were hard on the outside and chewy in the middle - Pascal Fruit Bon Bon made by Cadburys. My Grandma Walsh often had them and I thought they were an absolute treat.

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