1970s roller skates .. we all had a pair of these in our road! I would only ever wear one.....scared of falling over!

1970's Collectable / Antique Children's Roller Skates

Partington - we played on the square at the bottom of the road all summer and when the sun shone we would roller skate to school.

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Christmas Top of the Pops, also known as Christmas TOTP, is a British music television programme, made by the BBC and originally broadcast on December The program includes live performances by leading artists throughout the year in.

MOUSIE - MOUSIE.....SPEARS GAMES c1963... I had this, I cant remember how you play it, but I remember it! Still got ours

SPEARS GAMES I remember this game but with a huge orange wedge of cheese instead of the bucket. Can't remember how we played it but it was a game for pre-schoolers!

1970s MUNCH BUNCH PENCIL TOPPER ORANGE (one of a series that came from a cereal packet)

MUNCH BUNCH PENCIL TOPPER ORANGE - This came up in a search for something else, but how cool. I had this exact topper, I also had that pencil or one that looked very similar!

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

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

PLAYSCHOOL  Jemima, Hamble, Big Ted, Little Ted and Humpty. The round window, the arched window (my favourite!) and the square window....

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

Spent so much of my childhood entangled ''Jingle Jangle inside out jingle jangle inside on''

Elastics was fun

Chinese Jump Rope - Must accomplish specific series of moves without making an error. It has been popular for many years, certainly since the in the United States. In New Zealand, Australia and Great Britain children refer to the game as "Elastics".

BLUE PETER  In the 70s especially.... Shep!!!!

Sorry, but sticky-back plastic can only get a girl so far...

In the days when put children at the heart of the family day. Blue Peter presenters (left-right) Peter Purves, Lesley Judd, Valerie Singleton and John Noakes in Peter Jordan/PA Wire

I had one of these when I was young and used it to take the ingredients to school for cookery lessons...problem was the dinner plates just wouldn't fit into it, come to think of it not much else would either.... plus, they were really awkward to carry once full! Still had to have one though!

VINTAGE Gondola Shopping Basket 1960 s. Used by the Girls after cookery class.

Another great comedy show....Some Mothers Do Ave Em........    Who didn't do a Frank Spencer impression ???LOL

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BBC sitcom Some Mother's Do 'Ave 'Em starred Michael Crawford as the hapless Frank Spencer who struggled to keep down a regular job, with often chaotic results. The show ran for three series between 1973 and

French knitting, I spent ages making little mats for Xmas presents!

Cotton reel (tolletjie brei) or 'French' knitting I loved doing this