Australia / Vintage bone-handled cutlery, once found in every Aussie kitchen drawer.
Janet and John Books - learnt to read using this scheme!
Making pom poms - I remember going around our neighbourhood and knocking on people's doors (totally irritating, I imagine) asking if they had any spare wool so I could go home and spend hours making pompoms!
Spangles - remember them?
Do you remember Tree Top orange squash? The botle was shaped like a Lava Lamp.
School pencil sharpener I used to do the pencils until they were tiny!
You can stand it with bandit!
Bovril crisps were fab. My grandma used to buy us Bovril flavour crisps. I think they came in a white bag and tasted very, very beefy!
Leather walking reins Take of the long rein strap and you had a pram/pushchair harness, mine were white with 'baby' written on the front.
Has to be one of the uk's best online sweets shop ever…
Reverse of 1973 Fifty Pence Cupro-Nickel ProofSuperb and Scarce Official Royal Mint 1973 EEC "Hands" Solid Silver Fifty Pence Piedfort Proof Coin in Case Item A Marvellous and Scarce Vintage Royal Mint Solid Silver 1973 Piedfort Proof EEC Coin, in Case.
"Bill & Ben: Flowerpot Men", my favourite kid show in the
Ever ready from Woolworths, remember early Christmas day up at 4 in the morning to get to the presents under the tree , open the main present only to find it did not have any battery,s its ok kids mums and dads my age get the joke
a firm cold weather favourite "Victory V Sweets" they are not the same as they used to be. They originally contained ether and Chloroform, if you ate too many they made you woozy.