This was one of my favourite TV shows as a child, I loved he could change his head - "I'll just put me thinking head on" - and Aunt Sally, just perfect!

You wear it well, Worzel, er... Rod

Worzel Gummidge and Aunt Sally. My fave childhood programme :)

Rainbow. Used to watch it when I came home from school at lunch time.

Vintage Rainbow Badge - British Kids TV Show

Remember any of these? Old fashioned sweet shop in Rye High Street, East Sussex, UK. There is always a queue! I love sherbert lemons By B Lowe

Old fashioned sweet shop. I remember the one in Tuffley we used to stop in to get all sorts of sweets. My favourite were the Fox Fruits and Mints

Do you remember Johnny Morris making wildlife fun for children everywhere?

Animal Magic - johnny Morris, awww remember his lovely singsong voice

1970's Bird's Eye Deserts - they had to defrost before you could eat them, they were a weekend treat

Bird's Eye Deserts, a regular thing at our house. I remember Mum trying to defrost them on top of the cooker

I was trying to explain the play school toys to Dan the other day I wanted hamble

TV - Playschool - Little Ted, Jemima, Humpty, Big Ted and Hamble.

Bovril Crisps , oh I loved these, ate that many my mouth bled once, every sunday after swimming I would get some

Bovril Crisps

Bovril crisps were fab. My grandma used to buy us Bovril flavour crisps. I think they came in a white bag and tasted very, very beefy!

penny sweets. I used to buy these sweets from Aunt Lollipop in Rose Lane, Liverpool. It was next to my school, Quarry Bank Comprehensive. John Lennon went there

I used to buy these sweets from Aunt Lollipop in Rose Lane, Liverpool. It was next to my school, Quarry Bank Comprehensive. John Lennon went there

Loads of personalised chocolate bars and sweet jars here go check them out! http://www.sweetfactore.co.uk/retro-sweets-101-c.asp

So hard to chew, and lost it's taste so quickly so it would taste awful eventually.still chose it for my penny sweet bag though!

Space Hopper. I used to love my space hopper

Spacehopper (Spacehopper) by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd, (made). Spacehopper, orange vinyl ball with handles, made in Great Britain between 1970 and Museum Number

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