Vintage Spirograph game 1968 No 401 Canadian by PourToujours - OMG I loved Spirograph when I was a kid - I spent hours and hours using it.

Hopscotch.  Played a lot!

Supplies needed: chalk or sidewalk paint, stones/bottlecaps or bean bags. Playing hopscotch is easy. First, make the paint to create your hopscotch grid.

Primary School needlework

I remember doing this in Junior school, hated it back then, now love cross stitching!

Vintage Bath Oil Balls

Do you remember bath beads? They were so pretty but they made the tub SO slippery.recently I looked everywhere for these but now they have bath bombs

Bay City Rollers

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I know, what an odd thing to be thinking about. I remember when I was a youngster, and a budding author wannabe, I adored my family’s encyclopedia set. The pages were thumb worn from how ofte…

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CA the only place to go for a party frock - gasp! I remember this closing down and EVERYTHING! It was huuuuge! I remember buying first dress it was with first wages it cost

Bus Conductors. Until the 1970s & early 1980s, conductors, or clippies, were a common feature of many local bus services. Two-person crews were needed  because until the 1960s, all double deck vehicles were built with front-mounted engines & a "half-cab" design. This layout totally separated the driver from the passenger saloons. The conductor communicated with the driver using a series of bell codes, such as two bells to start (the well-known "ding-ding").

My money journey – from gran’s shrewd savings to selling The Big Issue

Until the & early conductors, or clippies, were a common feature of many local bus services.

Marshmallow biscuits.  I liked the peach ones think they were called jamborees

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Vintage chocolate box: Good News by Rowntree Mackintosh 1/2lb

Intel Core i5-2300 Processor 2.8 GHz 6 MB Cache Socket LGA1155

Listening to Radio Luxembourg in bed, on a tinny transistor radio under the covers

Radio Luxembourg 208 metres, medium wave,where we could listen to the sort of music the BBC didn't play.


Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble and Grub! The Trumpton Fire Brigade.