London in the Penny for the Guy. On Bonfire Night (or Guy Fawkes Night) children would make a 'Guy' and sit in the street asking passers by for a 'penny for the Guy'. The money they made would be spent on fireworks or pop (a special treat in those days!
Making your own Guy used to be an essential part of Bonfire Night, and children used to wheel their efforts around town in an old pram or pushchair, or even a supermarket trolley. They would ask for a "penny" with which to buy sweets or sparklers.