toys from the 80's | ... Cube and Rubik's Snake (Twist) - 80s Toys at simplyeighties.com

Rubik's Cubes were for nerds. The cool kids had Rubik's Snakes. That's what us dumb kids used to say.

Worzel Gummidge & Aunt Sally

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

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

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus Not only did we play with these sets, but our Sunday School teachers would use felt boards and felt people and animals to teach us Bible stories.

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus Not only did we play with these sets, but our Sunday School teachers would use felt boards and felt people and animals to teach us Bible stories.

Look for the golly  Collect tokens for badges

Robertson Marmalade~Collect non PC golly tokens for badges. Still love Robertson's Golden Shred marmalade

Metal Mickey.  -  Unbeknownst to many of his fans, Metal Mickey was actually already a minor showbiz personality before his eponymously titled series was first broadcast. In 1978 he released a novelty record, ‘Lollipop’, on the EMI label and on the back of this started making appearances on some of the most popular television shows of the time: TISWAS, The Generation Game, Jim’ll Fix It and Game for a Laugh to name a few.

Metal Mickey

Metal Mickey, for better or worse (worse in this instance), is part of my childhood. The TV show was horrible but it had a robot in it so we watched it anyway.

RUPERT BEAR AND BILL THE BADGER ... MEMORIES AS A BRITISH CHILD.. I used to get a Rupert Bear book each year for Christmas!!

Rupert Bear and Bill the Badger. I was fortunate enough to have family in England send me the Rupert Bear Annuals.

Rupert the Bear

Rupert the Bear- I grew up reading Rupert the bear books! As well as watching the cartoon series as a kid and who can forget the Annuals.

The Professionals. My fav TV show as a teenager! Doyle on the left (the lovely Martin Shaw) and Bodie on the right (Lewis Collins - my all time favourite teenage crush!) Sigh.

The Professionals star Lewis Collins loses cancer battle at age of 67 - Mirror Online

Happy Days is a 1970’s sitcom set in 1950’s Wisconsin, and revolves around teenager Richie Cunningham, his family and friends including Arthur "Fonzie"/"The Fonz" Fonzarelli, Potsie and Ralph Malph. Seasons 1-4 are now available.

"Happy Days" TV show was one of the more popular TV series, depicting life in the

why don't you 1970s Childrens TV programme - Google Search

Remember 'Why Don't You'? From BBC Cardiff. This kids TV show from the famously asked 'Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set and Go and Do Something Less Boring Instead?' Also a nostalgic public service advert too about stranger danger.

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