I had a walkman all the way through college! I loved the fact that I could take my music with me! Then IPODS came out and I had to put my Walkman to rest.
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Mmm, looks positively edible …
Sweet Sixties: Sixties English confectionary from the Robert Opie Collection, Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising (www.museumofbrands.com)
1970s John Craven's Newsround (groovy shirt!)
and we all wore Clarke's or Start Rite sandals
The Wombles. Orinocho, Wellington, Bungle,Thomsk Madame Cholet, Great Uncle Bulgaria, Tobermory
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Playschool. Big Ted, Little Ted, Jemima, Hamble and Humpty. I remember rushing home from school to watch Playschool every day after school! It was fun guessing the windows. Sheli
Sweet wrappers over the years - Page 23
Children's shoes before the flashing lights, butterfly patterns and dinosaur footprints!
Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.
Space Hopper!!!!! I think this toy may last forever. We still have my husband's like this. Our kids played with and I think it might still be around for the grandkids. lol
Cadburys Miniatures Chocolate Machine- 2p each!
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Plasticine. Didn't smell as good as Play Doh :(
Green Shield stamps. My mum bought these in the early 70s, to 'save up' to buy things for our home. I remember seeing books and books of them.